Thursday, December 13, 2012
For months I've been lobbying to get products that reflect the diversity of the home front work place. Finally, after a steady dose of nagging, cajoling, being insistent, she arrived on our shelves -- this brilliantly designed image of an African American "Rosie," -- on both red and black tee shirts. They're stunning!
The design is by graphic artist, Rich Black, who is a Berkeleyan who does the art work for the Ashby Stage, otherwise known as the Shotgun Players. Rich graciously agreed to donate his services and artistry to the cause, and "Richmond Rosie" is the result.
C'mon, guys. You gotta see that we've extended the diversity issue and made the gift shop more relevant to a broader community by adding some spice to the mix!
Posted by Betty Reid Soskin at 5:16 PM No comments:
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