The video calling for a national campaign to raise awareness about Joseph Kony, the International Criminal Court’s #1 most-wanted warlord, has been viewed more than 100 million times since it was published on March 5. The day of action it calls for is tomorrow, April 20. While most people agree that Kony should be brought to justice for his crimes against the Ugandan people and children, the video has come under criticism for oversimplifications that could actually do harm to the people it aims to help.
For photographer Glenna Gordon, the inaccuracies were particularly shocking because she had spent two years in Uganda as a stringer for the Associated Press and knew that the facts on the ground were much different than what was portrayed. Not only is Kony no longer a threat to Northern Uganda…
I’m really mentally tired. Freelancing is hard yet gratifying. You realize how spoilt you get as a graphic designer working in an agency. The job ticket is just placed in front of you, you brainstorm, do the artwork and send it off into the midst.
What is a “dither?” Well simply put its a conversion of continuous tone image into 1 bit using an system called the “Atkinson” dithering filter which gives an interesting pattern on subjects. If you think this is cool, let me know by reblogging and I’ll do some more.