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Update: The Momentus Project

Juxtapoz // Monday, 08 Aug 2011
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What a well-executed series. The Momentus Project is a collaborative project that is a visualization of the most defining moments in United States history, asking accomplished illustrators to depict each event in their own style. Declaration of Independence, 9-11, Hiroshima, Stock Market Crash, Pearl Harbor, all here.

As the project states, "Contributors hail from around the globe as the most defining moments in United States history have often had a radical effect on the world abroad." Momentus is created and curated by Evan Stremke, designer at Planet Propaganda in Madison, Wisconsin.

The full roster of artists is right here.

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http://momentusproject.com/

The Revolutionary War - Jon Contino
The Declaration of Independence - Ellis Latham-Brown
The Ratification of the Constitution - Erik Hamline
The Louisiana Purchase - Emory Allen
The Lewis & Clark Expedition - Blake Suarez
The Trail of Tears - Matt Riley
The Battle of Antietam - Glenn Thomas
The Birth of National Parks - Dan Cassaro
The Stock Market Crash - Alex Perez
The Attack on Pearl Harbor - John Soat
The Bombing of Hiroshima - Chaz Russo
The Assassination of JFK - Evan Stremke
The Moon Landing - Mark Weaver
The Watergate Scandal - Shed Labs
The Invention of the Internet - Bobby McKenna
The Attacks of September 11, 2001 - Ted Quinn
The Invasion of Iraq - Two Arms
The Election of Barack Obama - Tymn Armstrong

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