charity artwork

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I had a great pleasure to make 2 murals for a charity organisation Habitat for Humanity. They both are in Warsaw, Poland in amazing training flats made especially for boys that turn 18 and can no longer count on help from the government and have to move out from an educational care facility they found asylum in. I’ve spent 3 days painting them and I am so happy I could be part of this project. I’m proud of both illustrations and I hope they’ll bring lots of joy and hope to boys that will be living there.

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Hannah Pixie Snowdon’s finished artwork for a charity project that has been created by https://instagram.com/uktta/ hers and many other tattooists/artists artworks will be raffled off to raise money for the mental health charity ‘Mind’. To find out more about them, go to www.mind.org.uk. to find more about the project, go to @uktta’s instagram page. Her piece is called ‘love your bones’ and is inspired by old tibetan/Buddhist artworks of dancing skeletons. Specifically Shri Shmashana Adhipati, the protector deities.

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First time drawing on a tote bag and let me tell you it was pretty hard. This was done for the 100 bag contest held by the100charityproject and surfrider. Decided to go with a dark theme for a dark show. the100writers

3 is the magic number.
Grateful to the artists who helped us put these classic graphics to work for charity.
Artwork by John Bowen, Sean Cliver, & Judson Bryan.

luukibum  asked:

Is it possible to just live through life being an advocate for human rights and not be a jerk to people for being of the "status quo" because I wanna focus on art and computer stuff rather than politics

Many people do, and they do it well - they’re just drowned out by the loud minority of aggressive people too involved in identity politics and political correctness.

You do you!  You can completely fill your world with art and computer stuff and still advocate for human rights and help.  C:  One thing I used to do for that when I had more time on my hands was to volunteer my artwork to charity-based artbooks.  The one I was in did one batch for St. Jude’s children’s hospital and another for Water.org.  

Don’t worry about people telling you that you’re not involved enough - I’ve had a fair share get that way with me, but it’s your personal choice what you do and how you do it and it does not make you a bad person to focus on the things you like.