Once I went so as to add prints to The Design Milk Dairy this week, all I might take into consideration was Japan. Subsequently, I made a decision so as to add only one print that I actually beloved from Linda Yuki Nakanishi, who will probably be donating all income from the sale of this poster to the Canadian Pink Cross efforts for the victims affected by the current tsunami and earthquakes. Purchase the poster right here.
That is what Linda says about her poster design:
This poster represents the resilience of the Japanese individuals. The lotus symbolizes start and rebirth, and the purple lotus particularly represents love, compassion and keenness (a lot of which is required for the individuals of Japan).
The lotus is a flower that’s born from the mud of the earth, fights its method by way of the depths of the water to bloom into the air and daylight. That is how I view Japan, as a rustic that teaches their individuals to be robust and to endure. That is additionally what my mother and father taught me, even although we stay an ocean away in Canada.
Following in Linda’s footsteps, Design Milk can be donating all income from The Design Milk Dairy gross sales in March to the Purple Cross. Please donate in any means, form or type. Think about buying any Society6 print utilizing this hyperlink, donate on to the Purple Cross, purchase a Shelterbox, or do one thing else.
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