James Victore. Double Justice. 1993

James Victore Double Justice 1993

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Victore attributes his compulsion to question authority to his childhood on a military base during the Vietnam War. After dropping out of art school, Victore began producing self-financed posters for nonprofit organizations devoted to Native Americans, AIDS awareness, and race issues.

In Double Justice, conceived to promote a documentary film by the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People about the racism inherent in the exercise of the death penalty, Victore uses the game Hangman to highlight discrimination.

Gallery label from Rough Cut: Design Takes a Sharp Edge, November 26, 2008–October 12, 2009.
Medium
Offset lithograph
Dimensions
32 1/2 x 23" (82.6 x 58.4 cm)
Credit
Gift of the designer
Object number
1799.2008
Copyright
© 2019 James Victore
Department
Architecture and Design

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