Justine Allenette Ross on black utopias, black trauma, and the power of visual language
Originally from Detroit, Justine Allenette Ross is an American illustrator who focuses on human interaction, blackness, and playful observation. With influences ranging from Keith Haring and Norman Rockwell to Corita Kent and Emory Douglas, Justine always believed in the power of creating visual language that anyone and everyone can understand. That is to say, inclusivity, ultimately, is at the heart of her practice.
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