American Designers Create Typographic Posters Of Their Native States’ Mottos
Tad Carpenter, Missouri
Brooklyn-based designer and illustrator Dan Cassaro invited 50 American designers to create a typographic print centered around their native state’s motto—the resulting pieces are now exhibited at the Ace Hotel in New York City.
“50 and 50 is a curated project which attempts to construct a handsome new way of looking at our country. Fifty designers, one per state, have illustrated their state motto, creating something steeped in history but completely modern and unique: a kind of designer’s atlas.”
Featuring a patriotic palette of red and blue, each print displays a distinctive illustrative aesthetic and give new life to timeless slogans like “While I Breath, I Hope” and “Ever Upward”.
Daniel Cassaro, New York
Meg Hunt, Connecticut
Mikey Burton, Ohio
Matt Lane Harris, Alabama
Johnny Ashcroft, New Mexico
Friends of Type, Michigan
Bobby McKennan, Virginia
Two Arms, Florida
[via Fifty and Fifty State Mottos Project]
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