Last Friday, I was saddened, along with the entire world, to hear of the tragedy at Newtown. The unthinkable act of killing innocent school children and adults has affected everyone in an emotional or spiritual way.
For some, it may be holding vigils, attending prayer service, gathering with friends and family, writing articles, blogging, tweeting, talking to neighbors, chatting with the grocery clerk, verbalizing thoughts and feelings – anything to express emotions and begin the very long journey of healing.
For me, a visual artist and designer, my coping mechanism is to create, and that's what I did (see below),
creating an identity that encompasses love, light, and healing – for the 26 brave souls that walked through heavens gate last Friday.
Please feel free to socially share online, this blog, and the images – it is my small contribution to assist in this healing process.
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Please note, I am in the beginning planning stages to possibly create material (stickers/decals, tees?), with proceeds going to the victims families. Because this is so recent, and with the holiday and new year just a few days away, logistically - this may take some time to coordinate. (If you are interested in assisting, please contact me at email@example.com. )
As of 8/2016, this site is dedicated solely to graphic design.
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