Pulphus V. Ayers Editorial
THE BRIEF: ​​​​​​​
In the space of a 3-page Scholastic magazine article, spread awareness about an event that was once defined or limited by the First Amendment of the United States Constitution.
My chosen case involved the censorship of a young student’s artwork after it had already earned recognition in the annual Congressional Art Competition. I moved from earlier ideas of “slashing” or “splattering” over canvases to instead focus on the vacant absence left by the removal.
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3 magazine pages / 8 x 10 in.
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