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Faces of Fountain Heights

cross-platform brand awareness campaign.
Best in show // mosiac award // 6 addys

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Hear the story. While you see you the faces.

The first neighborhood in the crosshairs of Birmingham's Civil Rights Movement is blocked off by two of Alabama's busiest interstates. Hear the story as told by FH residents.

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The Fountain Heights logo features two dates: the year of its establishment and the year of the Civil Rights movement. Both are signifiers of historical importance of the community.

 
 
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Binary Responses. Infinite Possibilities. This concept for an interactive mural would allow participants to respond to weekly questions using a binary system of rotating billiard balls. Photos would be collected daily and displayed back to the community.

Located at the old Five and Dime store, a historic marker for sit-ins during the Civil Rights movement, this interactive mural would provide a unique opportunity for communication between rich and poor, guests and residents, and everyone in between.

 
 
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