I know it's been a long time since I've uploaded anything, so here's proof that I'm not dead. Am I still suffering with all sorts of life-busyness? Yes. Is my Portfolio Review next Tuesday? Yes. Did I stay up all last night? Yes. Have I showered recently? ... fu fu fu...
I like drawing hair and pretty ladies!!!
Screenshot of the final poster design.
Everything was drawn by hand by me, then recreated in Illustrator (including the patterns... that was hard). Inspired by Alphonse Mucha.
I know there's a lot of depressing "pray for Japan" art online already, but I wanted to make one doesn't say "There was a disaster, we are sad," but rather "There was a disaster, this is how you can help."
I know it seems like the Tohoku Earthquake happened a long time ago, but people still need help recovering. Donating online is really easy, and every donation helps.
I've personally compiled a huge list of ways to donate. Please give if you can.
Please make a donation to Japan. Every dollar helps.
We will be updating this list as we find more sources.
There are many donation sites available online:
Mercy Corps: [link]
Red Cross: [link]
The Salvation Army: [link]
Medical Teams International: [link]
Global Giving: [link]
Save the Children: [link]
International Medical Corps: [link]
Japan Society: [link]
You can also text:
'REDCROSS' to 90999 to donate $10 to the Red Cross.
'JAPAN' or 'QUAKE' to 80888 to make a $10 donation to the Salvation Army.
'MED' to 80888 from any mobile phone to give $10 to the International Medical Corps.
All donations will go to the relief effort in Japan. The charge will show up in your next phone bill.
The International Fund for Animal Welfare will also be sending teams for the animal rescue effort in Japan.[link]
If you do not want to give money for "free," then please buy any of these products. 100% of the proceeds will go to the relief effort in Japan.
Lady Gaga's "We Pray For Japan" wristband. [link]
Threadless, a shirt design website, will donate 100% of the net proceeds from this shirt. [link]