FINAL MAP OF ALABAMA WITH LOCATIONS SIGNIFICANT TO THE VOTING RIGHTS STRUGGLE - 2 x 3 FEET

FINAL MAP OF ALABAMA WITH LOCATIONS SIGNIFICANT TO THE VOTING RIGHTS STRUGGLE - 2 x 3 FEET

PRELIMINARY SKETCH OF MAP

PRELIMINARY SKETCH OF MAP

DETAIL: UP-CLOSE SKETCH OF MARCHERS AND PROTESTERS - UNCOLORED - DIGITALLY COLORIZED FOR FINAL PIECE

DETAIL: UP-CLOSE SKETCH OF MARCHERS AND PROTESTERS - UNCOLORED - DIGITALLY COLORIZED FOR FINAL PIECE

DETAIL: UP-CLOSE SKETCH OF PROTESTERS - UNCOLORED - DIGITALLY COLORIZED FOR FINAL PIECE

DETAIL: UP-CLOSE SKETCH OF PROTESTERS - UNCOLORED - DIGITALLY COLORIZED FOR FINAL PIECE

DETAIL: SKETCHES OF PEOPLE AND PLACES, PERTAINING TO THE TRUE EVENTS, FOR THE VISUAL STORYTELLING MAP

DETAIL: SKETCHES OF PEOPLE AND PLACES, PERTAINING TO THE TRUE EVENTS, FOR THE VISUAL STORYTELLING MAP

THE MAP WAS A PART OF A FILM KIT THAT INCLUDED CDs

THE MAP WAS A PART OF A FILM KIT THAT INCLUDED CDs

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CLIENT
"Founded in 1991 by the Southern Poverty Law Center, Teaching Tolerance provides educators with free educational materials to promote an appreciation for diversity in schools by reducing prejudice, improving intergroup relations and supporting equity for our nation's children." - Teaching Tolerance Organization


PROJECT
Illustration of a historical story map for Teaching Tolerance Organization to visually mark significant people, landmarks and locations pertaining to the voting rights struggle in America. The map is a 2 x 3 feet and is included in an educational film kit called Selma: The Bridge to the Ballot.


Project Scope: hand-illustrated map including portraiture and landmarks significant to the voting rights struggle and the march, hand-lettering, digital coloring and texturing.
Client: Teaching Tolerance Organization
Senior Designer & Art Director: Valerie Downes