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N A T I O N A L 
D A Y  O F 
S T O R Y T E L L I N G
( T H E  A L L I A N C E )

Brand Identity, Collateral
& Website Design
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We are the Storytellers


The Alliance for Media Arts + Culture tasked Ghost Note to create a branding identity for their event ‘The National Day of Storytelling’. The event serves as a celebratory homage to the works of artists  who aim to tell their story through the mediums of performance, music, dance, poetry, cinema, and collective imagination.

This day honored the 40th year of the organization’s inception and founding supporters/members. The project’s visual theme was based upon the act of creative ‘reflection’. As in, artists must reflect on their personal experiences and background to tell their story.  The messages and actual imagery in this collateral match reaffirm this concept.

Originally, the event was to take place in person at the National Center for Human and Civil Rights on October 10th, 2020. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic; the event was held virtually in its entirety on the exact same day.

The live website design can be viewed here.


Also the ‘REFLECT’ Hoodies
I designed were sold here to support scholarships for
emerging BIPOC artists in the groundbreaking Arts2Work program.





L O G O  
&  C L E A R A N C E




























N A T I O N A L  D A Y  O F  S T O R Y T E L L I N G
( T H E  A L L I A N C E )

Brand Identity, Collateral & Website Design
_

We are the Storytellers


The Alliance for Media Arts + Culture tasked Ghost Note to create a branding identity for their event ‘The National Day of Storytelling’. The event serves as a celebratory homage to the works of artists  who aim to tell their story through the mediums of performance, music, dance, poetry, cinema, and collective imagination.

This day honored the 40th year of the organization’s inception and founding supporters/members. The project’s visual theme was based upon the act of creative ‘reflection’. As in, artists must reflect on their personal experiences and background to tell their story. The messages and actual imagery in this collateral match reaffirm this concept.

Originally, the event was to take place in person at the National Center for Human and Civil Rights on October 10th, 2020. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic; the event was held virtually in its entirety on the exact same day.

The live website design can be viewed here.


Also the ‘REFLECT’ Hoodies I designed were sold here to support scholarships for emerging BIPOC artists in the groundbreaking Arts2Work program.





L O G O  
&  C L E A R A N C E