At Visions Design, we are proud to celebrating designers in the community and highlight some of the creative work and projects by members of the LGBTQ2IA+ community that are committed to helping the community or raising awareness of issues those members face.
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Kris Andrew Small takes on social issues, mainly supporting the LGBTQ+ community and tackling the Hype-masculine society that he experienced from a young age. Using vibrant, joyful colours, bold typography, and collage, his work draws inspiration from Keith Haring and Jean-Paul Goude. Recently collaborating with Adidas, Kris helped design their 2022 pride collection which represents the individual expression of the LGBTQ+ community.
Queer Design club is a community where members can network, share work and connect with other designers in the LGBTQ+ community. The project helps promote designers from all areas including web-designers, illustrators, and motion designers to promote contributions to the design industry and queer activism, both current and past projects.
In response to a rise in transphobia, the Gay Times launched a campaign called LGBT without the T. Responding to hate against Trans people and groups calling for the T to be removed from LGBTQ+. Presenting a range of different texts and messages with the letter T removed. The idea to show how, in every language, removing the T breaks the unity and readability behind each message, just like how the unity will be lost when you remove the T from LGBTQ+. The work was presented at the Gay Times Honours awards along with a voice-over in front of an audience of 1,000+. A film, posters and social posts followed further pushing the campaign to raise awareness of transphobia.
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