"Dear Mr. President"

Alice Paul was an American suffragist, feminist, and women’s rights activist. She formed a new political party with her followers, the National Woman’s Party, with one planked votes for women. She had a huge part in helping get the nineteenth amendment passed. In August of 1920, American women WON the right to vote. 

My objective was to illustrate a series of collages about what she accomplished, and events that changed HERstory. I wanted to create a nostalgia within my collages, while incorporating a more modern illustrated style. The colors and textures I chose coordinate with the time period, and the typography used was based off of signage and letters from the 1920s also.



If I had to pick a karaoke number to sing in-front of the class it would be Shoop, by salt-n-pepa

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