Halftone Havana
Halftone Havana is a 40 page publication I developed through fellowships at the Norman Rockwell Center for American Visual Studies and CUNY. The project considers the effects that various forms of distance can have on an illustrator depicting a foreign subject, both in an illustrator’s creative process and in the cultural impact of their work. It does this by stitching together biographies of intersecting artists, legacies of creative communities, and enduring visual traditions whose trajectories were ensnared and altered by shifting relationships between the United States and Cuba throughout the 19th and 20th centuries. It has been acquired by the TL;DR Zine Archive at the Sam Fox School at Washington University in St. Louis, and included in DB Dowd Modern Graphic History Library and Archive.

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