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The Street University
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THE STREET UNIVERSITY

Art Direction, Branding, Website

Client Ted Noffs Foundation
Art Direction April77 Creative
Photography Cole Bennetts
Graf Characters Mistery
Web Development April77 Creative

The Street University is a pioneering youth movement that legendary Hip Hop group Public Enemy’s Chuck D called “a work of art.” The TSU concept is founded on an idea the Ted Noffs Foundation envisioned in the 60s – that is “no young person is a write off”.

TSU programs are tailored to young people’s interests and are often run by the young people themselves. Whether a young person is looking to hone their creative, dance, graf or business skills, move beyond drug problems, find housing, do better at school or even just finding a community to be a part of – TSU has helped thousands of young people find exciting new futures.

In what has been a continuously rewarding partnership for a wonderful cause – April77 was brought on board to develop a fresh brand for TSU, encompassing a complete logo suite and style guide, website, online store, merchandise and print materials.

THE STREET UNIVERSITY

Art Direction, Branding, Website

Client Ted Noffs Foundation
Art Direction April77 Creative
Photography Cole Bennetts
Graf Characters Mistery
Web Development April77 Creative

The Street University is a pioneering youth movement that legendary Hip Hop group Public Enemy’s Chuck D called “a work of art.” The TSU concept is founded on an idea the Ted Noffs Foundation envisioned in the 60s – that is “no young person is a write off”.

TSU programs are tailored to young people’s interests and are often run by the young people themselves. Whether a young person is looking to hone their creative, dance, graf or business skills, move beyond drug problems, find housing, do better at school or even just finding a community to be a part of – TSU has helped thousands of young people find exciting new futures.

In what has been a continuously rewarding partnership for a wonderful cause – April77 was brought on board to develop a fresh brand for TSU, encompassing a complete logo suite and style guide, website, online store, merchandise and print materials.