There’s been a lot of action on my Tumblr since yesterday, and I’m glad to see people care about World Aids Day. All you folks are alright!
For new followers: There’ll be a little radio silence on this Tumblr, because I’m currently neck deep in work and at the same time working on the comic you see previewed here. It’s a comic that means a lot to me, about a friend I lost all too soon.
I shall of course post the entire thing (for free naturally) when I’m done, and I hope you’ll be interested by that time.
Because it’s December 1st, World AIDS Day, I’m hoping you’ll let Keith Haring convince you to educate yourself.Don’t close your eyes in life.
Ignorance means death. Stigma leads to disaster.
Chances are that you already know a HIV positive person. But they are afraid to tell you. Is that the friend you want to be?
December 1st. World Aids Day. Remember those who fought. Remember those who died. Let it not be in vain. Stigma equals death too.
(Source: 66lanvin, via 66lanvin)
Helena Blomqvist - “Slumberland”, 2013.
Swedish photographer, Inspired by her son’s dreams and nightmares.
Also worth checking out is her “The Elephant Girl" series.
carried by strangers II (everything you think you’re hiding shows) Boston-Århus, Denmark
before (top) and after (below) with details courtesy of the recipient
ink on two 10” x 13” envelopes sent unprotected via standard post, marked by it’s journey
It’s quite an honor to be a helping hand to Kevin Townsend’s project.
3571 miles this envelope had to travel.
And it’s perhaps the most beautiful mail I’ve ever received.