The Momentus Project

The Revolutionary War.

A collaborative project in which a select group of designers, illustrators, and artists create visual interpretations of the most defining moments in United States history as a way of informing others of our proud, yet sometimes troubled and forgotten past. Contributors hail from around the globe as the most defining moments in United States history have often had a radical effect on the world abroad.

The Declaration of Independence

The Ratification of the Constitution

The Louisiana Purchase

The Lewis & Clark Expedition

The Trail of Tears

The Dred Scott Case

The Battle of Antietam

The Emancipation Proclamation

The Birth of the National Parks

The Wright Brothers Take Flight

The Women’s Sufferage Movement

The Stock Market Crash

The New Deal

The Attack on Pearl Harbor

The Creation of WWII Internment Camps

The Bombing of Hiroshima

The Marshall Plan

The McCarthyism Movement

The Bay of Pigs

The Civil Rights Movement

The Assassination of JFK

The Vietnam War

The Moon Landing

The Watergate Scandal

The Invention of the Internet

The Oklahoma City Bombing

The 2000 Presidential Election

The Attacks of September 11,2001

The Invasion of Iraq

The Hurricane Katrina Disaster

The Election of Barrack Obama