Libraries Are For Everyone

8 Feb


By far one of the coolest graphics around! For the past couple of summers, librarians have commented on wanting something a little different, more unique for the summer reading graphics and the mastermind behind the blog, Hafuboti decided to take matters into her own hands. Since then, you can expect her to be posting images for each summer’s theme with diverse, inclusive graphics that are just really neat.

So it’s not a surprise that in today’s political climate, she again decided to roll up her sleeves and get to work, creating what I think is some pretty cool artwork. Are you honestly going to be able to represent every single person on this planet? No way, but I think she’s done an amazing job. And what’s even cooler, after someone commented on her globes all featuring the western hemisphere, she went back to work making even the globes diverse by featuring different regions.

You’ve got to check out all her different designs, languages, colors and more at her blog: Hafuboti. And if you’re so inclined to use some of this artwork for your own library, she does take donations (because this isn’t even her real job, she’s also a librarian)! Thanks Hafuboti for caring so much to provide the library world with a way to promote our safe space for all people!


3 Responses to “Libraries Are For Everyone”

  1. Kathleen February 8, 2017 at 10:39 am #

    This is fantastic! Thanks for sharing and introducing us to her blog😊

  2. Hafuboti February 8, 2017 at 11:10 am #

    Thank you so much for spreading the love and for all of your kind words!

    • literacious February 8, 2017 at 1:25 pm #

      Of course, I’m super impressed with all your Photoshop skills and love your work!

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