Ideas of Influence is a museum exhibit at the
National Center for Civil and Human Rights in
Atlanta, Georgia. The exhibit talks about how
activism has changed over time and how dissidents
now use a variety of media to spread their message.
The exhibit also highlights three currently
influential activists: Ai Weiwei, Shepard Fairey,
and Julian Assange.
The main focus of my project was to create a
booklet that would be handed out to visitors as
they entered the exhibit. This booklet contains
an essay from each of the three highlighted
activists, and reflects the style and mood of
the exhibit. I also created a logotype, outdoor
advertising, and banners for the exhibit.