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The Green New Deal: A Public Assembly

Contributed by Nico on Sep 27th, 2020. Artwork published in
November 2019
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    The Green New Deal: A Public Assembly 1
    Source: https://buellcenter.columbia.edu License: All Rights Reserved.

    From Partner & Partners:

    The Green New Deal: A Public Assembly focused on modeling democratic debates that seriously consider the ambitions and challenges of the GND by thinking systemically and across scales.

    Organized by the Queens Museum, the American Institute of Architects New York (AIA New York), The Architecture Lobby, Francisco J. Casablanca (¿Quién Nos Representa?), Gabriel Hernández Solano (GND Organizer), the Temple Hoyne Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture at Columbia University, and with support from Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

    We designed the overall identity, collateral, graphics, maps, visuals, as well as the concept and fabrication for the displays during the event.

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    • Eagle
    • Public Sans
    • Cheltenham
    • De Vinne (Linotype)

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    1 Comment on “The Green New Deal: A Public Assembly”

    1. Eagle was chosen here in reference to to the original New Deal from the 1930s. Morris Fuller Benton’s Eagle Bold (ATF) was derived from the letters NRA as used in the Blue Eagle logo of the National Recovery Association.

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