Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Ripple thru Clean Water

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"Drink" by Rob Risek - available!
"Art for Water is a non-profit campaign to aid water charities in bringing clean and safe drinking water to the almost 1 billion who struggle without it.
Art for Water is made up of artists who have donated their LIMITED EDITION artwork to be part of an online store where 100% of proceeds will go towards the campaign. This website is collection of talented artists from all over the world.
GOAL.
To raise $20,000.
WHY.
Almost a billion people on the planet do not have clean and safe drinking water. We’ve decided that this is unacceptable. $20 is all that is needed to save one life. Think about how easily you spend $20. It’s not a lot to us, but it can do so much somewhere else in the world."


BUY ART HERE!

Monday, June 20, 2011

Ripples don't stop

Artist Katie Daisy's ripple on Etsy to help the Gulf  - there's still a need

Monday, March 28, 2011

Illustrators Australia

Illustrators Australia for Japan Auction

"Illustrators Australia Online Auction 100% of proceeds being donated to Red Cross Australia's Japan and Pacific Disaster Appeal 2011. Feel free to browse the gallery, to make a bid click the link to the eBay listing. Thank you so much to all members for their donations!" 

Auction starts on Monday 28th March at 12pm!

Find it HERE

 

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Toronto for Japan


 
"Toronto To Japan is a Toronto-based ad hoc collective of Canadian artists, musicians, writers, activists and business leaders organizing events to raise relief funds for victims of the earthquake/tsunami in Japan. We especially support the work of MSF and Second Harvest Japan - check out torontotojapan.ca/donate for ways to support these great organizations."

We tweet from @torontotojapan.
Website:

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

British Artists Auction for Japan

There is No Cavalry


Blog and details HERE

"I’m putting on an exhibition / auction of UK and Irish creative work to raise funds for victims of the tsunami.
Artists include: writers, photographers, designers and illustrators from the advertising industry who are kindly donating work to be auctioned/sold.
I have already received the first piece for the exhibition – a beautiful poem by Irish poet, Patrick Chapman.
I’ve had lots of very positive feedback, offers of help, and advice on how to put on an exhibition!
If anyone out there wants to donate some artwork, please drop me a line. It can either be something bespoke, related to the disaster, or something from your archives. Or, if you know someone else you think might want to help, send them this post.
The medium isn’t important either. It could be: a painting, illustration, photograph, poem, prose, haiku, graphic design etc.
What it must be: is something that you think someone else might want to put on their wall.
The main goal for this is to raise money for the people of Japan." -David Milligan-Croft

The Japan Art Auction. Thursday 7th April. Studio Manchester. Buy a ticket please.

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Tonight!- Otis Frampton draws live for Japan

Otis Frampton is a truly talented guy. He draws commissioned cartoon masterpieces live on UStream.
I have watched many times think "How does he do that?" - He's working his magic for good tonight.

He will draw tonight @ 6 PM CST - Here's some links and a blurb from his blog:

"This Sunday I will be having a 6 hour Tsunami relief artcast starting at 6:00PM CST and going until midnight. I will be donating the money I made from the "Godzilla Vs King Ghidorah" commission as well as the money I make from that night's 7-7-Sunday commissions to the Red Cross Japan Earthquake and Pacific Tsunami relief effort."

Otis' BLOG

Otis' USTREAM CHANNEL

Friday, March 18, 2011

Another Artist creates his own ripples for Japan - St├ęphane Kardos

Stef's Sketches

 

Artist and Art Director for Disney Consumer Products   casts his ripples for Japan.
"All the proceeds to the Red Cross. My contribution will be match dollar for dollar by The Walt Disney Company."

His Blog about the effort is HERE






Thursday, March 17, 2011

For the Libraries! -Texas Library Disaster Relief Fund

Space Age, donated  for the 2011 raffle by
author/illustrator
Melanie Hope Greenberg

The annual art raffle benefits the Texas Library Disaster Relief Fund, created to assist libraries in our state as they recover from natural disasters. The raffle will be held on Thursday, April 14, 2011 during the second general session of the TLA Annual Conference in Austin. A ticket form is available for the convenience of those who will not be at conference this spring (mail by Monday, April 4); and tickets will be sold in the 4th Street Lobby of the convention center and and at various events at the conference: $5 each or 5 for $20.

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Artists have generous hearts - More for Japan

On March 11, an 8.9 earthquake struck off the northeast coast of Japan near the city of Sendai. It is the most powerful earthquake they ever experienced. Artists Help Japan Earthquake & Tsunami Fund is responding to the immediate needs of survivors as well as short-term to long-term recovery projects undertaken by the affected communities.




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http://illustrationrally.blogspot.com/p/ganbare-nippon-japan-tsunami-appeal.html

Illustration Rally launched the Ganbare Nippon appeal on the 13th of March 2011 in response to the horrific events in Japan on the 11th. This is an overview of the appeal and how you can get involved and support us in supporting Japan. We say "Don't give up Japan" and we will show you the strength and hope in our community.

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These are 3 more artist driven efforts to help the ravaged country of Japan. Give what you can- Help spread the word. We're all still ripples.-Kelly

From my first Ripple post:
"All of these talented folks believe like me- if we all do small acts together- we can cause a ripple- and it can grow. We can DO SOMETHING."



Tuesday, March 15, 2011

The Land of the Rising Sun needs our Help- Art for Japan

Illustrator Meg Hunt has started her own Ripple over at Show and Tell to help the devastated country of Japan after the earthquake and Tsunami.  Unfathomable loss and unfathomable need in the country that has given us thousands of years of the most beautiful art and culture. Western artists have drawn so much from the aesthetic of Japan - lets give some love back with our art and our hearts.

http://showandtell.meghunt.com/post/3823882215/artforjapan

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Ripple News: Cartoons for a cause: Team Cul de Sac sends art from the heart for Parkinson's Disease

 Cartoonists who care about Parkinson's Disease

I am happy to let anyone know about another group of artists' do-gooding.  Follow this link to find out about the effort and the talent that surrounds this cause.  Let's keep the ripples going in many directions!





Richard Thompson's blog
and fab Cul de Sac cartoon strip!

The Team Cul de Sac effort - at Team Fox

Thanks guys!-Kelly

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