Antwon Key holds an MFA in Graphic Design from the Vermont College of Fine Arts and a BA in Advertising from the University of Alabama. His current area of research interest is in Design for Social Change. He believes that a designer’s responsibility is to use their expertise and unique perspective to address critical societal problems. He tries to help the viewer think critically about our country’s social, political, and cultural issues through his work. His recent project, “Red, White, and Black: A Visual Introspective of Alternative American Perspectives,” explores African-American viewpoints on politics and citizenship by using photography and expressive typography. This project was chosen as one of 265 Regional Winners in the PRINT 2018 Regional Design Awards.