“After living in Japan for a little over a year, it was a bittersweet move back to the U.S. On one hand, it was nice to be back in the comforts (and space!) of my home country. On the other, however, I really miss all the excitement and exploration Japan had to offer. My goal with the print was to take a reductionist approach (both in image and in title) to articulate my mixed feelings about the move.”
oh…a picture that i actually understand 100%
This week Help Ink launched two new prints that will help provide relief to the Philippines in the wake of Typhoon Haiyan. The two prints are available as 12″ x 16″ giclee prints for $15, and 100% of the proceeds will go to All Hands Volunteers, who are now on the ground in the Phillipines and will be lending their service indefinitely.
Prices are very humble ($15…) and the prints are really nice.