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James David Morgan

Boston, MA, United States

Designer (Web Design)

Member since October 26, 2007


  • The Groundswell Blog Year in Review

    Arts & Culture, Communication Design

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    Happy New Year! To welcome everyone to 2008, we’ve prepared a summary of our best and most popular posts.

    The Groundswell Top 10: Editor’s Picks

    • Traces of the Trade goes to Sundance - The Groundswell Collective worked with Traces of the Trade to redesign their website and business cards. We also designed a logo for the film’s production company. We are looking forward to this fantastic film’s debut at the Sundance Film Festival, January 17-27, 2008.
    • Similar Diversity - This amazing datavisualization is a text analysis of the Holy Scriptures, exploring the similarities and differences between the five major world religions. The exhibit inspires viewers to think about own prejudices and current religious conflicts.
    • The Institute for Infinitely Small Things - This inspiring, Boston-based research organization was formed to invent and distribute new practices of political engagement in everyday life. Their artful, conceptual projects “complexify small things rather than simplifying large ones.”
    • Friends of Africa International - The Groundswell Collective was selected to redesign and maintain the Friends of Africa International website for one year. The organization aims to promote human rights, social justice, democracy and good governance in Africa.
    • HONK! Fest - Activist street bands took to the streets of Cambridge, Massachusetts this October, and we were there to catch it.
    • An Atlas of Radical Cartography - Maps are inherently political, and the contributions to ...
  • The Groundswell Weekly Review: Dec. 15 - 22, 2007

    Arts & Culture, Audio/Visual Design

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    The Groundswell Blog is dedicated to clever and innovative trends of art and design in activism. We seek out artists from around the globe who are using their talents for progressive change.

    This week, we featured San Francisco based nonprofit Designbreak, and Jill Danyelle's fiftyRX3.

    Here is the full week in review.

  • The Groundswell Weekly Review

    Arts & Culture, Audio/Visual Design

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    The Groundswell Blog is dedicated to clever and innovative trends of art and design in activism. We seek out artists from around the globe who are using their talents for progressive change.

    Here is the week in review.

  • Groundswell Weekly Review: Dec. 3 - 8, 2007

    Arts & Culture, Communication Design

    Here is the weekly round-up from the Groundswell Blog.

  • The Groundswell Blog seeking Authors

    Communication, Communication Design

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    Are you interested in contributing to The Groundswell Blog?

    We are an all-volunteer media outlet dedicated to clever and innovative trends of art and design in activism. We seek out and report on artists from around the globe who are using their talents for progressive change. We are growing and are seeking the support of a volunteer author.

    Please let me know if you're interested!

    http://blog.groundswellcollective.com/

  • The Groundswell Blog

    Arts & Culture

    Please see The Groundswell Blog for our blog on art and activism.

Co-Founder of The Groundswell Collective

Contact James David Morgan
The Groundswell Collective

My Interests

  • Industrial Design
  • Environmental Design
  • Communication Design
  • Fashion Design
  • Audio/Visual Design