Une brève histoire de l'Amérique et de son évolution
depuis sa création, en une seule image mais en plein de mots. Et quelques mots de son créateur sur cet exercice de style qui fait le tour du monde du net en ce moment (merci Antoine)
"I created the initial concept of this poster on the night of November 4th. Inspired by Barack
Obama’s victory and struck with a sense of awe when realizing the amount of hard fought progress that has been achieved in this country, I wanted to pay homage to this centuries long
graphic became very popular and spread all over the internet. Many people loved it and ask me to make a print. While I initially created it rather spur of the moment and with no desire to sell it
as a poster, the graphic needed to be completely overhauled in order to make it practical for printing. The original would have been 12 feet long. So I took the opportunity to really refine the
design and create a lasting piece. There were also many additions to the time line that people suggested.
This poster is not a tally of African American achievements, rather it is a record of progress and setbacks. While Obama’s election is not the endgame of
equality, it is a magnificent example of what is truly possible. I hope you enjoy it and that it reminds you of the shoulders we all stand upon and the stained greatness of this nation and its
people who have indeed, overcome."
voir cette image en plus grand taille et lire les tous petits caractères si vous avez oublié vos lunettes ce matin, voici un petit lien, pas ici, non, non, non mais ici