REBEL YELL: THE S.L.A
BOOK DESIGN AND INSTALLATIONADVANCED TRANSMEDIA DESIGNSUMMER 2017INSTRUCTOR:BRAD BARTLETTMILES MAZZIEIVAN J. CRUZCONSULTANT:MATT ADAMSRECOGNITION:Print Finishes: Push your Designs from Good to Great PUBLICATIONH.M.C.T. BACKSLANT EXHIBITIONADOBE DESIGN AWARDS SEMI-FINALISTFEATURES:FONTS IN USETRENDLISTDESIGN EVERYWHERE
The book opens with a retrospective into the cultural unrest of the sixties emphasizing the societal temperature of the times. One of the challenges was having a system highlighting the unpredictability of the rebel group. By structuring strategic chapter breaks, it creates a sense of unstableness with the sequential flow of the story. Furthermore, the book introduces readers to individual examples of extremism from current and historical cases. Thus, presenting a broader insight on the psychological factors, stressors, and political motives of individual and group extremism. By presenting some similar and contrasting views on radicalism, it engages readers to ask the question; liberator or terrorist?