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Poster Bokstaveringsalfab. 2 Nathalie

Designtorget welcomes designers Tom Hedqvist, Sara Edström, Göran Söderström, Nathalie Ruejas Jonson and Owe Gustafson to the range. In conjunction with the initiative Adam Berit - a proposal for a new lettering alphabet from the Justice Agency and Fredrika Bremer Förbundet - the designers have made their own interpretation of the alphabet. The result is an exclusive collection of posters for those who want to start lettering for increased equality and representation. I see my practice as an illustrator as a political tool. Language and its accessibility are power, so is the image. As someone with experience of often having to spell my name and how it erases my origin, I have used it as the main source of inspiration for my interpretation of the new spelling alphabet. I wanted to make it joyful with humor and community. Getting the opportunity to add another dimension of inclusion felt important and meaningful.

Designtorget welcomes designers Tom Hedqvist, Sara Edström, Göran Söderström, Nathalie Ruejas Jonson and Owe Gustafson to the range. In conjunction with the initiative Adam Berit - a proposal for a new lettering alphabet from the Justice Agency and Fredrika Bremer Förbundet - the designers have...
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Width 50 cm
Height 70 cm
Designer Nathalie Ruejas Jonson
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Nathalie Ruejas Jonson

Nathalie Ruejas Jonson is an illustrator, graphic designer and visual creator with a Master's Degree from Konstfack.  Nathalie runs Estudio Lucha where she mainly works to broaden the context outside the academic art world with easily accessible formats and explores topics such as racism, ableism, interpersonalism and gender identity.  She is the author and illustrator of the book Låtsasheten and current with new children's projects in 2019. Previously, Nathalie has collaborated with among others Konstfrämjandet, Art Lab Gnesta, Natur & Kultur and Västtrafik. Read more about Nathalie Ruejas Jonson
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