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Annabelle Métayer for CHI Franciscan Health: What Type of Momma Are You?
Annabelle Métayer worked with marketing agency GA Creative to illustrate four characters as part of a new social media campaign for the CHI Franciscan Health (the nonprofit health system based in Tacoma, Washington). The effort is geared at promoting the client’s midwife services to young mothers and future mothers. A fresh, fashionable approach, utilizing watercolour and ink, was used to portray midwifery as the contemporary practice that it is.(Read more)
Michael Weschler's "The I of the Camera" Exhibition Tonight
The opening reception for Michael Weschler's exhibition of limited edition etched glass prints is tonight, March 5th, from 6 to 8 pm so if you're in the New York area, check it out!(Read more)
Robert A. Ripps: Urban Trees
From Seattle to San Francisco, Minneapolis to Los Angeles, and of course, New York City, award-winning photographer Robert A. Ripps captures Urban Trees in their native habitats, sometimes as seemingly inhospitable as an inaccessible alley behind a building, a long vacant lot, or a small dirt plot on the edge of a sidewalk.
In his first monograph, Urban Trees, Ripps answers the question, how does a tree grow in Brooklyn, or in other cities, where people and concrete are constantly encroaching? Like all tenacious urbanites, they adapt.(Read more)