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LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT US:
One Nation, One Year is a book. The project entails a Navajo photographer's 365-day quest to shoot photos of the people of the Navajo Nation (he started 2/4/08, ended 2/3/09). He worked in a minimalist capacity, spending only $100 per week, which included gas, food and lodging. Because he spoke the language, he was able to stay with Navajo families for many of the nights.
HERE IS WHAT WE NEED:
We'd like a logo that combines some Native elements with a modern twist. I would ideally like to use the images (or silhouettes) of The Mittens, the signature sandstone towers found at Monument Valley, which is on the Navajo Nation.
OUR TARGET AUDIENCE IS:
Anyone interested in the Navajo culture, or fine photography.
WE ABSOLUTELY MUST HAVE (or we don't want to see) THIS IN OUR DESIGN:
No feathers or tee-pees, please. That is more the style of Plains Indians (Oklahoma, et al). Other than that, have at it!
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