Unconfined is moving into a digital environment, which gives our designers more creative freedom and allows them to experiment with a wider variety of media.  Contents will be published each month surrounding a specific topic of discussion. 


For the month of March, the theme of the Art Project is Feminism and Pop Art. Women’s history month is a month dedicated to remind ourselves of the accomplishments of women throughout the years to our culture and society. This month in Unconfined the Project, we created many original art pieces, photographs, and infographics to cherish the special month and to raise awareness of feminism. To reflect the boldness and colorful characters of modern women, we utilized pop art as our main style. 

Art Project, March 2021

Feminism and Pop Art 

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Environmentalism: a social movement aimed at protecting all aspects of the environment, from our oceans, to the air, to the biomes on Earth and the flora/fauna that inhabits them. The environmentalist movement first began after the Industrial Revolution, when the construction of cities and the burning of fossil fuels started to negatively affect the Earth’s biodiversity and climate. Since then, many countries around the world have prioritized protecting the environment by allocating funds to establish sustainable programs and funding scientists to develop more eco-friendly technology.

Art Project, April 2021

Environmental Awareness


In honor of (a belated) Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month, the Unconfined Infographic Team has put together some informational blurbs on a variety of related topics, from the Model Minority Myth to underrepresentation. Resources to help and donate have also been provided. We hope that you will join us in uplifting the AAPI community even as the month of May comes to a close. 

Art Project, May 2021

AAPI Heritage Month

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June is LGBTQIA/Pride Month! During this time, we celebrate pride and recognize issues that still plague the LGBTQIA community. Pride stands in opposition to the shame that queer people were forced to experience in a society that didn’t accept their sexuality, and it honors the strength of LGBTQ+ individuals who endured harsh struggles in today’s society.

Art Project, June 2021

LGBTQIA+ Pride Month