Cross Colors
Late 20th Early 21st Century
12.25 in HIGH x 10.15 in WIDE
(31.11 cm HIGH x 25.78 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

There is a "Cross Colours" logo in the bottom left corner as well as "(c) Cross Colours Inc.". "Photography: Michael Segal Styling: Davide" is along the lower right edge.

This is a white poster with a red, yellow, and green map of Africa in the background. Black text at the top reads "Cross Colours" with the first "O" in "Colours" divided into green and yellow sections with "CC" inside. There is a photograph of two African American men in bright colored clothing sitting with a bog between them in the foreground. Small text to the left explains that "Cross Colours Is / Designed / By True Brothers From The / Hood". This message is attributed to "Carl Jones / T.J. Walker / Designers & Co-Owners / Of / Cross Colours". There is a rectangular logo for "Cross Colours" in the bottom left corner of the poster and text across the bottom reads "Clothing Without Prejudice". Verso has 3 paragraphs of text explaining "Cross Colours" values and advertising the "Black Expo / Oakland / June 27-28".
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