October 20, 2011
Today’s Journal is brought to you first by Occupy Design, a project created by San Francisco-based designer, Jake Levitas.
As they state, Occupy Design creates “freely available visual tools around a common graphic language to unite the 99%. The project places an emphasis on producing infographics and icons to improve the communication of the movement’s messages and the data surrounding them across the world.” We love it when design gets active.
Plus check that logo, man. Tight.
Levitas and company also provide an Occupy Design Toolkit for designers who want to get involved. Now if only we knew some designers.
In concert with that theme, below is this week’s New Yorker cover, “Fighting Back,” by cartoonist Barry Blitt.
Ha. Classic Blitt.