My submission for Every/Body Zine! Feeling self conscious about my body, especially while wearing dresses, is something I struggle with all the freaking time. But sometimes you gotta stop thinking about how chubs your arms are, or how that dress hugs your belly, or your butt and just go outside!
Once it’s no longer three degrees outside, I’m gonna try and wear dresses/skirts more often.
US ENDOVASCULAR ENTERS CORONARY ANGIOPLASTY CATHETER MARKET
ST. LOUIS, July 30, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ – US Endovascular and BrosMed have entered into an exclusive agreement to distribute Artimes Semi-Compliant and Apollo Non-Compliant Coronary Angioplasty Catheters.
Beginning in August 2015, BrosMed and US Endovascular will enter the US Coronary Angioplasty market with a clear goal of providing high quality more affordable coronary angioplasty catheters to hospitals, physicians and the patients they treat. Caregivers are under constant pressure to reduce overall healthcare costs in the estimated 3m interventional cardiology procedures, USE and BrosMed can address this challenge.
US Endovascular (USE) is engaged in the procurement, licensing & distribution of medical device products used in peripheral endovascular and coronary procedures. The fundamental premise is to obtain next-generation, clinically-relevant products from manufacturers and market through its streamlined sale channel in order to reduce costs and maximize value.
John McCurdy, President and CEO of US Endovascular commented “the relationship with a world-class organization like BrosMed will add significant value to our customer partners and strengthen our emerging position in the US market. We are thrilled to be working with BrosMed and are impressed with their commitment to provide the highest quality products in to the US.”
“BrosMed management has a long history in the international marketplace and is proud of its quality and production system as we ready for a US market launch. We expect that this long-term agreement with US Endovascular will benefit both our strategies” -Benny Lee, CEO of BrosMed Medical ltd.
Artimes and Apollo PTCA Technology Highlights:
Apollo is a truly non-compliant high pressure post-dilatation catheter, which offers numerous features: folded balloon for crossibility, flexibility and exceptional balloon rewrap; spiral extrusion catheter; low crossing profile for enhanced robust and non-compliant balloon. Extraordinary minor (3.0%) axial growth and 5F guiding catheter compatible. Balloon sizes 2.0-5.0mm and lengths 8-18mm. Average burst pressure (ABP) is 30atm.
Artimes is a semi-compliant pre-dilation catheter offering numerous features: folded balloon for crossibility, flexibility and exceptional balloon rewrap, spiral extrusion catheter; low crossing profile to facilitate the physician and procedure. Balloon sizes are designed for tight lesions and treatment of CTOs.
“We are extremely excited about the agreement we have with US Endovascular. BrosMed Medical was looking for a distribution partner in the United States with the same philosophy about how to adapt to the changes in this market.”
“Like US Endovascular, BrosMed Medical is a very fast growing entrepreneurial company with offices in China, The Netherlands and India, supporting distributors and physicians globally.”
“This is a significant step forward for BrosMed to increase global sales, and to seek US FDA approval for additional coronary and peripheral endovascular devices that will include advanced technology.”- Jos De Korte, VP Sales and Marketing and GM of BrosMed Medical BV Netherlands.
About US Endovascular
USE product portfolio includes: next-generation peripheral arterial laser technology (pending FDA 510k approval); next-generation PTA and PTCA balloon technology; peripheral guide wires. These product segments are used in greater than 95% of peripheral and endovascular and coronary procedures.
Chamber of commerce (KvK): 61321834 Netherlands / VAT (Btw): NL854296657B01 / Bank SWIFT-BIC: INGBNL2A / Acc.Nu. NL73INGB0006851368
One of the things I particularly enjoy about looking at art school students’ work is that, while the students have their own unique visual flourishes, they’re also in a period of intense experimentation. Looking over Minneapolis College of Art and Design student Ann Macarayan’s work, I can see details that could very well come to typify her style: little marks that add emotion to the faces, red and blue noses that make her characters a tad more cartoony, careful attention to the fit and wear of her clothing. But she’s constantly testing out new styles and media as she learns and grows as an artist.
Real churches save souls. It’s just that simple. If there is no love in that church, if the pastor has no time for the people, if the people are corrupting the purpose of the church, if the pastor is corrupting the purpose of the church, or if the main goal is to obtain a profit then it is not a church. It is a business or it is a condemned building and they don’t even know it. (Pun definitely intended) We are at war people! No time to play with money and gossip! We need to save the wounded! Churches Save Souls! #church #stopthesame #love #parience #MATURITY #faith #souls #realchurch #ministry #bible #thinkingoutloud #people #duties #lolhesaidduty #comicalebtoons #artime #art #drawing #digital (at Churches Save Souls)
Second part of my illustrations for digital illustration. Since I made that quartz queen, I wanted to keep on that theme of crystals and gems. Along side a character portrait, we had also had to develop an environment or scene, which is something I NEVER draw (I hate drawing backgrounds you guys). So this was a fun experiment, and I’m actually really happy with how it came out!
(RV).- La Familia Salesiana agradece con profunda alegría la Carta del Papa Francisco, titulada «Como Don Bosco, con los jóvenes y para los jóvenes», dirigida al Rector Mayor, con motivo del Bicentenario del nacimiento del «santo educador y pastor de los jóvenes», cuyo carisma educativo y evangelizador, sigue siendo tan importante, también hoy en todos los continentes. Don Ángel Fernández Artime
Here’s my final piece for Macro + Micro at Light Grey Art Lab! I’m so so stoked to be a part of it, and I can’t believe I’ll be sharing a show with some of my favorite artists ever! Prints of this are now available as well! Again, if you’re in the Minneapolis area please stop by the show, which opens this Friday, April 19th!
I used to hate green tea flavored things but for some reason I spontaneously started to like it and have been craving it all summer. Green tea IS good for you, but maybe not in the forms I’ve been eating it in…also it seems that I have a taste towards bright green colored foods.