Immigrant

BRANDING

—Typozon—

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For most people, the word ‘immigrant’ has a negative connotation, but all it means is a person who migrates to a new country. Every immigrant has something to offer. What immigrants bring is their culture and what they are willing to get are opportunities and a better life. I created this logo after someone called me an immigrant and at that time it felt like a strong word. But after a moment of reflection, I wanted to embrace this part of my identity. While this is my contribution, together we can change
the perception of this word—and own it.

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From Bogotá to New York, proud to be Colombian

LOGOS ARE VISUAL IDENTIFIERS NOT ONLY FOR BUSINESSES
BUT ALSO FOR PEOPLE, GROUPS OR ORGANIZATIONS

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This logo represents everyone who came to the US
to share their culture, to learn and grow

I CREATED THIS LOGO NOT ONLY FOR MYSELF BUT ALSO FOR ALL IMMIGRANTS
WHO FEEL PROUD OF WHO THEY ARE AND THE WORK THEY DO EVERYDAY

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ABOUT THIS PROJECT  For most people, the word ‘immigrant’ has a negative connotation, but all it means is a person who migrates to a new country. Every immigrant has something to offer. What immigrants bring is their culture and what they are willing to get are opportunities and a better life. I created this logo after someone called me an immigrant and at that time it felt like a strong word. But after a moment of reflection, I wanted to embrace this part of my identity. While this is my contribution, together we can change the perception of this word—and own it. 

BRAND DESIGN 
Cristian Vargas ©
COPYWRITER 

Erika Anderson ©
PHOTOGRAPHY
Cristian Vargas ©
TYPEFACES
Immigrant Sans ©