Bayard

 
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“THE ONLY WEAPONS WE HAVE IS OUR BODIES, and we have to tuck them in places so wheels don't turn.”
 

BAYARD

Bayard is a unique sans-serif font, inspired by the hand painted advertisements created for the momentous March on Washington for Jobs & Freedom, organized by Bayard Rustin, in 1963. 

 
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Photo by Werner Wolff for U.S. News & World Report

 

The March
On Washington
For Jobs &
Freedom

The March on Washington, in full March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, was a political demonstration held in Washington, D.C., in 1963 by civil rights leaders to protest racial discrimination and to show support for major civil rights legislation that was pending in Congress.

 
 
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photo by O. Fernandez for World Telegram & Sun

 

We Have
A Dream

Martin Luther King Jr. joined the cause, speaking to a crowd of 6,000 in late March and returning on April 3rd to deliver one of his most famous speeches, “I’ve Been to the Mountaintop.” King placed the strike in a larger context, declaring, “The masses of people are rising up.

 

Tre Seals

It all started during the first decade of my life, drawing was initially a hobby, and gradually became a skill. Having been born in the nation’s capital, raised on a farm in Maryland, and traveled between there and Louisiana to visit family, I draw most of my inspiration from these contrasting environments and experiences. As a result, my style can be described as vintage, contemporary, and animated with an added dose of symbolism.