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Four Waves

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Four Waves

Four Waves is a four part book collection created to educate the public on the trends within each wave of feminism and how they have helped fight for women’s issues. 

These four books visually exemplify the change women have made throughout history while educating the reader on the trends that have helped make progress. From start to finish, the reader sees a visual change in typography from a dainty, and broken structure to a solid, bold, and expressive type system; telling the story of women's progress over the course of history. 

 

Nineteen Twenties
This book starts off the collection with a rip in the page, marking the shift women began to take fighting for their rights during the 20s.

Nineteen Sixties
Like the women in the 60's this book begins to form a structure. While loose, the typography in this book visually represents the protests women organized during this wave of feminism to make progress.

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Nineteen Nineties
Moving forward, women in the 90s began to be more rebelious during the Riot Grrrl movement. This book includes the Riot Grrrl manefesto Kathleen Hanna wrote, interpreted by many punk feminists of this wave. 

Twenty Tens
The last book in the series discusses feminism in its current wave, the 2010s. This book is bold in its typography and imagery representing the fearlessness woman have fighting for their rights.


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Nineteen Twenties

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Nineteen Sixties

Nineteen Nineties

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Twenty Tens