Showcase your #BreakTheBias creation to the world and help forge positive change
Each year International Women's Day (IWD) sees a number of important and exciting Missions to focus attention on areas where further action is needed to increase women's visibility and advancement.
One such Mission is the Women Creatives Mission that showcases and elevates the women of women creatives worldwide
To celebrate the work of women creatives and elevate their visibility for commercial projects and commissions, there are a number of collaborations worldwide. One such collaboration is with global typography community Typism that rallies its worldwide audience to creatively support the annual IWD theme.
Motivational messages for lasting change
Typeministry's Clarice Bajkowski in Texas, United States is a letter artist and storyteller who creates motivational messages focused on creating space for lasting change. She creates hand lettered prints, posters and commissioned work. Her work [pictured above] is impressive and impactful, encouraging her audience to #BreakTheBias and help forge positive change.
Hand lettering and calligraphy for good
Lettering artist Natalya Tatar is a talented designer who predominantly focuses on hand lettering and calligraphy.
Are we were doing enough to #BreakTheBias?
"Every year I make a post about International Women's Day. This year I wondered if we were doing enough to #BreakTheBias between men vs. women designers and artists," says surreal artist, designer and lettering fanatic Aalia Rahman who likes to focus on exploring memories and mental states - and is the co-founder of the non-profit organization, Muslim Women’s Professional Network. Based in St. Louis, Aalia's passion as an artist lies in "transposing the minds of viewers as much as the artist" and says she is "torn between the love for color and the love for minimalism."
Inspired by these lettering artists using their impressive skills and passion to help forge a gender-equal world?
Challenge gender inequality through creativity
Megan Lagerberg is a graphic designer in California, United States who enjoys hand lettering, reading, and cross-stitching. She loves hand-made items, especially books, and "has a passion for all things spooky and weird," she says.
"This International Women's Day challenge gender inequality and #BreakTheBias," says Megan.
Share your creation with the world
Design your own amazing #BreakTheBias typography creation and showcase it to the world.
Post it directly to social media using the hashtags:
The creative world can have a significant impact on helping forge positive change.
Together, let's all #BreakTheBias.
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