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Witch Bitch
Contributor Names
Paredes, Jennifer (Creator, Designer)
Graff, Sondra (Thesis advisor)
Summary/Artist's Statement
After researching South American witchcraft and occult history, as well as the persecution of witches that began in the 15th century, I came to realize that this is where modern-day stigmas around witches were born. This thesis project, "Witch Bitch," focuses on these stigmas and how they affect modern-day witches and their craft. Using photography from Frances F. Denny, as well as various interviews and my own personal experience, I dove deeper into these stigmas an illustrated how they distort society's view of witches and occultists.
Still Image
Posters, fabric posters, publications
Course/Degree Information
Program/Degree: Graphic Design BFA
Academic semester: Spring 2021
Program semester: Semester 8
Professor: Graff, Sondra
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Designer's Website
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FIT Repository ID: gd_000160


Paredes, J. (2021). Witch Bitch. FIT Institutional Repository. https://institutionalrepository.fitnyc.edu/item/15808
Paredes, Jennifer. Witch Bitch. 2021. FIT Digital Repository, https://institutionalrepository.fitnyc.edu/item/15808
Paredes, Jennifer. "Witch Bitch." FIT Digital Repository, 2021. https://institutionalrepository.fitnyc.edu/item/15808