Illustration for 2015 National Crime Victims' Rights Week

Joe Barsin’s task in illustrating the materials for 2015 NCVRW was to show the many segments of our society coming together to empower victims of crime. To us, this campaign is one of the best examples of Citizen Pride.

Joe Barsin of JEB Design, Inc.  had the privilege to work again this year with our longtime client, The National Center for Victims of Crime, to design and illustrate the campaign for the National Crime Victims’ Rights Week. The resource guide filled with education materials are made available to support victims of crime and empower them to direct their own recovery. The posters are displayed in Federal Government Buildings and Court Houses including Post Offices throughout the United States. 

See all the products that Joe Barsin designed and illustrated for the Department of Justice here.

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Joe Barsin

Illustrations by Joe Barsin are special because he combines a passion for history, culture and community with a deep seeded pride in America. Living abroad in Europe during his formative years developed his understanding of an artist’s role in defining a community’s culture and history. Being an Eagle Scout developed his sense of community, patriotism and appreciation for the natural world. Joe is a native of Akron, Ohio, who graduated from Kent State University with a degree in graphic design. He and his wife, Eva, started their own design firm, JEB Design, Inc., in 1998, and continue to work from home while raising their two boys.