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AIGA Get Out the Vote 2012 Exhibition

Near the end of last week I spent some time at AIGA National Design Center. As I was walking through the Get Out the Vote 2012 Exhibition I was struck by one poster in particular. While most people take it for granted they can vote, one issue I had never considered is how a homeless person could vote. Homeless Does Not Mean Voteless makes it easy for anyone to understand. Unfortunately I don’t have the name the person that designed the poster as the name was too blurry with the photo I shot. What the posters informs people is that “when registering to vote, homeless people may use a shelter, park or street corner as the residence”. While I can’t vote in the US election because I’m Canadian, I found this poster incredibly powerful to simply let it be known how American’s that do not have a home can vote.

Get Out The Vote 2012 Exhibition

Get Out The Vote 2012 Exhibition

Get Out The Vote 2012 Exhibition

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  • http://twitter.com/EismontDesigns Mitchell Eismont

    Wish I could have made it to this event. I got to see most of the posters on AIGA’s website. Thanks for sharing.