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November 1, 2019

Halloween 2019

Last updated on June 16, 2021
We wish you a happy (next day of) Halloween!

This is the second year I am celebrating Halloween. Well, by celebrating I mean carving a pumpkin, as well as keeping the house dark to avoid children from knocking on our door. Last year I carved the Embrace ASD logo out of a pumpkin. To see last year’s results, have a look at this post:

Halloween 2018

This year I wanted to maintain that tradition. But this time, I set the words ‘Embrace Autism’ in my own Astroville typeface. Behold!

A photograph of the ‘Embrace Autism’ pumpkin up close.

Here are a few more pictures of the results:

A photograph of the ‘Embrace Autism’ pumpkin in our kitchen.
A photograph of the ‘Embrace Autism’ pumpkin up close.
A photograph of the ‘Embrace Autism’ pumpkin up close.

To see more of the design process, have a look at the following post:

Pumpkin carving 2019

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Martin Silvertant is a co-founder of Embrace Autism, and lives up to his surname as a silver award-winning graphic designer. Besides running Embrace Autism and researching autism, he loves typography and practicing type design. He was diagnosed with autism at 25.

PS: Martin is trans, and as of 2021 she writes under her true name, Eva Silvertant.


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