The Accessible Icon Project talk by Brian Glenney

The Accessible Icon Project  is an ongoing work of design activism. It starts with a graphic icon, free for use in the public domain, and continues its work as a collaboration among people with disabilities and their allies toward a more accessible world.

This Friday at 7.30 at McNally Robinson, Brian Glenney will discuss the new accessibility icon he designed as a guerilla art campaign to change how society views disability. The icon has now been adopted by a number of cities in the U.S. and is now in the permanent collection at MOMA.


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