Narissa and I got on the phone one day to present our work to the Martin Luther King Jr. estate. For obvious reasons we were looking forward to the call. We were presenting our work for the estate as it would apply to a likeness for licensing, a logo, really. One that would stand to represent him for the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington. We presented our work and were all gathering feedback when Bernice King, MLK's youngest daughter said
I have to say - at that moment I could have died happy.