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Illustrations help Japan Relief Effort

In the wake of March 11th, 2011, when Japan was hit by the most powerful earthquake in at least 100 years at 8.9 magnitude, Illustration Senior Darcy Smyth and a host of other illustrators created prints to support relief efforts. 75% of profits from these prints go to support Doctors Without Borders earthquake and disaster relief efforts for  Japan.  All prints are limited to editions of 100 and are $15. There are over 25 different artists to choose from.  Also, if you “like” Poster Cause Project on Facebook you will also receive 20% off your entire purchase.  Darcy’s print is above and you can see the rest here.

Associate Professor Nora Krug is working on a benefit work featuring student work.  We will pass along word when we have more details.  In the meantime, if you can, consider donating to the cause.  The Tsuru Project lists several ways to help efforts.  You can also donate directly to the Red Cross.