Silas Munro is a nice human being, and he always tries to help humans see their inner talent. His motive is to make people realize that they can do a lot for the betterment of society. Munro has designed many arts for the identities and publications of the Jacob Lawrence exhibition at MoMA. He has written many books as well. The books include: appears in the eye, Slanted the Walker reader, and W. E. B. Du Bois’s Data Portraits : Visualizing Black America.
Munro also played the role of the critic at different forums like CalArts, Yale, and MICA. He also served as Assistant Professor at Otis College of Art and Design. At Vermont College of Fine Arts, he offered his services as an Advisor and Chair Emeritus.
In the W. E. B. Du Bois's Data Portraits : Visualizing Black America, there is a unique line sketched as the representation of Black people in the colorful charts, maps, and graphs. The writer explained the rights of black people and worked for their activists. This book shows the lifestyles of black Americans. They are represented as a color line from the lower level of poverty, slavery, and advanced education level.
You can see all colors of graphics in a single frame in this book. Maria Popova wrote about how well the Bois thought about sociology, and his thoughts were just amazing. The book cover attracts the readers with its amazing diagram that is drawn on it.
This book has a detailed representation of the charts, graphs, and maps created by Du Bois and his sociology students. The essays of this book are the representation of the struggle and research him.
The hand-drawn graphics consist of all the necessary information of the modern age. If you want to know about the blacks and how they spent their money earlier in 1800, you will have all the information in this book.
You can make an addition to your knowledge by reading this interesting graphics book. Download it from the link given here. If you want to read this informational book online, you have the facility also.