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Creative Mind [Hopeful Child]: fundraiser for Japan relief efforts

Creative Mind [Hopeful Child]auction, includes work by Maki Kawahita, Gigi Cohen, and Naomi Harris, among others

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Here is a link to the video: http://www.jondo.com/japan

Below are more links to the art auction – 100% of the donations go to
help with relief efforts in Japan.

Here is a link to the gallery page:
http://www.jondo.com/series/creative-mind-hopeful-child

And here is a link to the corresponding blog announcing the release:
http://www.jondo.com/blog/available-now-creative-mind-hopeful-child-collection

The auction lasts for two weeks, so please spread the word.

Thank you,

Gigi Cohen

Jondo is proud to team up with noted photographer Maki Kawakita for
the Creative Mind [Hopeful Child] campaign to raise money for the
relief efforts of the worst natural disaster to ever strike Japan. A
unique collection of paintings and photographic fine art from eleven
participating artists have been curated into a collection of prints
that will be made available for sale from 04.11.2011 – 04.25.2011.
Jondo is pleased to donate all printing in conjunction with the
donated imagery from participating artists, with all proceeds from the
print sales going directly to Save the Children. Participating
partners in the event include Olympus, Lowepro, School of Visual Arts
MFA MPS Digital Photography, and Von Fine Wine & Cocktails. For more
information and a short trailer about the project visit:
http://www.jondo.com/japan

A Few words from Maki Kawakita:

I have chosen 11 talented artists to be a part of this meaningful
project, and together with Jenny we are expecting to sell prints and
curate an online show on JONDO.The Theme will be Creative Mind
[Hopeful Child], because I wanted to have a idea that can be
universally understood regardless of race, culture, and society.It is
my great hope that this fundraising project will not only help Japan’s
Tsunami disaster victims but to put artists together to make a
difference in the world by using our unique talents. Sincerely, Maki
Kawakita

by teru kuwayama at 2011-04-12 13:35:20 UTC | Bookmark | | Report spam→


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