Poster collage including imagery of three people standing in a sugar cane field overlaid with cellular structure of sugar cane, and sugar cane on both the top and bottom of the poster
Above the Fruited Plain - Sugarcane 2020 Poster design
Poster collage including imagery of slave ship diagrams, wood anatomy, and a woman in front of a log cabin.
Above the Fruited Plain - Wood 2020 Poster Design
Poster collage including imagery of a girl in a cotton field, over laid with images of the cellular structure of cotton, and text which says," Dawn and doom was in the branches."
Above the Fruited Plain - Cotton 2020 Poster Design
Three collaged posters next to each other using imagery from plant anatomy and people.
Above the Fruited Plain Posters 2020 Poster design
Collage using imagery of a wooden house, clothes line, and cell anatomy.
Zine Spread 1 2020 Zine
Collage using imagery of a stop lynching button from the NAACP LDF and cotton plant.
Zine Spread 2 2020 Zine
Collage using imagery of a people working in a field along with cell anatomy of cotton.
Zine Spread 3 2020 Zine
Above the Fruited Plain Zine
Above the Fruited Plain Zine 2020 Zine
Statement

Above the Fruited Plain investigates the relationship and historical significance between blackness and the environment. Through the exploration of major cash crops: sugar cane, cotton, and wood, this project use imagery to map the evolution of this relationship from antebellum into the current day. 

“Dawn and doom was in the branches.” - Zora Neale Hurston