Vaughan & Chiang's "Paper Girls" Builds a Familiar Yet Disconcerting World
Lately I’ve been so busy working on design projects that I didn’t have time to write you an article. Instead, I thought I’d share a little of what I’ve been doing. Unfortunately the comic book project I’m working on is pretty much top secret, so you’ll just have to wait till it is in stores (sorry, I’d love to talk about it.) However, I can share the great cause that I was designing ad banners for.
Each day this month, Take Part with Donors Choose are raising money for a different school. These are really basic, fundamental things they need, like books, a rug, or a garden, just simple aids to make schooling possible for kids. These needs are so modest, each day they are only trying to raise $1000 or so (sometimes more, sometimes less), and each day you can see how that relatively small amount of money could make a substantial difference to a specific school. Here is the link to the website where you can read more about the specifics and get involved if you’d like: www.takepart.com/BackToSchool
Next week I’ll be back to talking comic books, but for now I hope you all have a good week and enjoy your reading!
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