The Black Aesthetic – Diversity Through Data by Jason Burke


Since the 1980s, I’ve been inspired by the intersection of cultural marketing and merchandising.

Athleisure brands like Nike, Ralph Lauren and The United Colors of Benetton, have shaped my aesthetic in all aspects of life. I intend to use The Black Aesthetic, Big Data and Human Rights Messaging to build public awareness and engagement for Anti-Black racism, to end racial discrimination in Canada.


Nike, Dream Crazy Advertisement – 2018


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