Then and Now: Asserting Anishinabek Identity Through Indigenized Apparel Public Deposited

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  • The work deals with the subject of designing for Native Americans. The first part of the project broadly examines the field of graphic design as it relates to Native Americans, discussing the lack of Native voices in graphic design, what designing for Native Americans can entail, the role of Native lifeways in design, design barriers and solutions, as well as opportunities and examples. The second part of the project explores designing for a specific Native American audience: Anishinabek youth. A need for positive representation via clothing is discussed, establishing the goal of infusing modern urban wear with a Native perspective. Anishinabek culture is examined, culminating in a series of clothing designs.
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