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Quick Hit: Katie Turner designs for Parade of One!


Illustration student Katie Turner recently designed the above for Parade of One. Here’s the mission statement for the group:

Parade of One, Inc. is an arts oriented company, currently awaiting its 501c3 legal status as a nonprofit organization. The company’s primary purpose is to focus on the unlikely ideas that originate in the back of the creative person’s mind. We don’t want to throw away these ideas for their lack of feasibility or their absurdity. We want to take these ideas very seriously and try to make them happen.

Founder Jeremy Danneman dislikes drawing distinctions between art that promotes positive social change and art for its own sake. Parade of One, Inc. promotes both. There are numerous ways to be creative in manners that interact positively with the wold, and Parade of One, Inc. supports them all.

Audiences, performers, and artists will all benefit from our activities. Too often, creative minds are crippled by a lack of funding, when just a little money will open the doors for them to change the world. Meanwhile, audiences are left thirsty for original music, art, theater, and film that seeks, not so much, to profit its sponsors, but to benefit the greater community. Parade of One, Inc. seeks not only to find the funding for creative ideas, but also to provide a forum for the discussion and promotion of such ideas.

Lovely work, Katie!  And thanks to Nora Krug for passing along the info!