The Hurricane Poster Project

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The Hurricane Poster Project was an international collaboration of artists and designers to raise money for the victims of Hurricane Katrina.[1] Over 180 posters commemorating the event were designed, produced and sold online, raising more than $50,000. The profits were donated to the Red Cross. [2] The project was organized and curated by Leif Steiner, creative director for Moxie Sozo. [3] In 2007, Leif Steiner was awarded the Circle of Humanitarians Award, the American Red Cross' highest honor.

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  1. Foster, John. "Posters With A Purpose." HOW Magazine August 2006: 100.
  2. O'Brien, Keith. "The Big Easy." CMYK Issue 34: 76-79.
  3. "Agenda - Graphisme Caritatif." étapes: octobre 2005: 87.


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