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Both pages feature a small, conversational paragraph in place of a traditional headline, punctuated with key words in red. I responded to the messages and privately shared the page with a couple of people. I posted that example on my Facebook page without giving it enough thought — I simply found it amusing and meant only to share it within my circle of friends.
Neither Charles or Steve, both of whom I greatly respect, were obligated to notify me in advance that they were going to write about these pages or ask for my opinion, of course. Well, as the days and weeks went by, I began to think that maybe ignoring the issue was a lazy response.
That maybe something useful could come from opening up about how I feel about these pages. More importantly, I have also solicited opinions from a handful of professionals about the incredibly thin line between inspiration and copying.
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And both situations required quick solutions due to rapidly approaching deadlines. I often reach for color and typography to help communicate a concept. And in this way, I have certainly been inspired by the previous work of countless others.
And yet, in both of these specific examples I took inspiration directly from the content I was working with. The stories led me to the visual solutions and I tried to execute them in a compelling way.
A slight sense of flattery and a lot of curiosity. Still, the pages were so similar, right down to the smallest details, I wondered if the designers enjoyed working on them? Did they learn something from the process? Did they make a connection between the content and the visual solution or did they simply wrap a design they liked around a story they had in hand?
I could have used file photos of community leaders, but this was really about an issue and not specific people.
Visually, I wanted to represent a racial divide without offending readers. The typography simply provided a framework to do that.Work that is submitted to the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards must be original work created by the student.
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Such a privilege to work with students, art educators and the Scholastic Art & Writing team on excep tional opportunities, awards and educational engagement in the arts! Happy to attend the national ceremony in NYC this year!/5(44).
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