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Art V Cancer Presents We’re Doomed! – A New Hope Star Wars Print By Joshua Budich

Following on from Joshua Budich’s hugely successful ‘I Love You. I Know’ The Empire Strikes Back themed poster, Art V Cancer presents We’re Doomed! – A New Hope Star Wars print.

The gorgeous 4-Color screen print is limited to ONLY 100 copies and is on sale right now for only $45!

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We’re Doomed! – A New Hope By Joshua Budich
4-Color 18″ x 24″ screen print on French Madero Beach Paper
Limited Edition 100
Signed & Numbered
$45.00

Art V Cancer, promises to donate a large proportion of their profits to Cancer Charities. So pick up an awesome piece of art and help a great cause!

For those that missed out, here is Joshua Budich’s sold out ‘I Love You. I Know’ print to get a sense of Josh’s incredible artistry!

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Something To Read On The Ride: An eBook Charity Anthology Edited By Stella Wilkinson

Something To Read On The Ride ($2.99) is an excellent 120 page collection of short stories aimed at those who have only a limited amount of time to read on their journey. This ebook is a Charity Anthology, to raise funds for Wallace and Gromit’s Grand Appeal, A Children’s Hospital Charity. 

Suitable for all adult readers from 18 – 80. This book covers a large range of subjects, from space travel to zombies, romance, humor and tragedy, and from unusual occurrences to every day situations. Stories were donated by a wide variety of authors, all with very different styles, so there is plenty for everybody.

Featured authors include: Neil Bursnoll, Samuel Clements, Andrew Vu, Amanda Brice, Stella Wilkinson, Neil Sweetman, L.G. Castillo, Landon Porter, Debbie Bennett, Frank Zubek, Pru Moran, Louis Hessey-Antell, Dan Brady, J. David Core, Monica La Porta, Paul B. Kohler, Dan Fiorella, Ruth Banda-Banda, Penny Darling, James Griffiths and Pauline Drummie.

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PangeaSeed, Artist Craig Drake & Hero Complex Gallery Present A Shark-Saving Effort of Monstrous Proportions: Smile, You Son of a Bitch! An Art Tribute

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PangeaSeed, artist Craig Drake and Hero Complex Gallery present a shark-saving effort of monstrous proportions: Smile, You Son of a Bitch! An Art Tribute.

3 days only, from November 1 – 3, 2013 at Hero Complex Gallery in Los, Angeles.

This unique ARTivism effort will featuring original artworks from over 90 international artists all coming together to help raise awareness for the global plight of sharks while celebrating their place in pop culture.

Opening Reception: Friday, November 1 – from 6-10pm

$10 donation at the door – proceeds go directly to benefit PangeaSeed’s conservation & education efforts and help the non-profit organization stay afloat.

For more information please visit: PangeaSeed.org / HeroComplexGallery.com

Event address: 

Hero Complex Gallery – 2020 South Robertson BLVD. Studio D. Los Angeles, California 90034

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Red Apple Mac Pro Being Auctioned For Charity

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It’s Apple’s 20th anniversary. Apple’s Jony Ive and design partner Marc Newson produced a 1 of 1 Mac Pro in a striking red colorway for next month’s highly anticipated Project (RED) Auction at Sotheby’s. Sotheby’s estimates that the red Mac Pro will sell for $40,000 to $60,000.

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What Can You Do To Save Someone’s Life In Under A minute?

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This article was sent to me by my compassionate Nephew, Josh. I urge you to read it and please take action!

Hunger is the painstaking discomfort caused by a lack of nutritious food. Each year, it kills more people than Malaria, Tuberculosis, and HIV/AIDS, making it the number 1 heath risk in the world. However, hunger is the world’s greatest solvable problem.

Have you ever heard of the poverty trap? The poverty trap prevents people from doing anything productive because they are too poor to afford food, which would fuel their bodies and help them liberate themselves from this epidemic.

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How can we solve hunger? 

There are two easy ways to help: you can go to Free Rice or The Hunger Site to make a true difference in someone’s life.

FreeRice.com is a website that donates 10 grains of rice or the equivalent to hungry people when a trivia question is answered correctly. This site allows people to learn while feeding others and has a wide range of educational topics such as English vocabulary, basic math, geography, languages, human anatomy, and chemistry to name but a few. It is funded through the World Food Programme of the United Nations and is charitably sponsored by organizations that pay for the donated rice.


There is also a website called The Hunger Site, on which you can click a simple button once every day and feed hungry people, and better yet, THE CLICK IS FREE. At the top of the page, you’ll find 8 additional causes such as Diabetes, Autism, and Literacy, all waiting for you to click on them and show your support.


In case you are curious whether these are legitimate sites, they can be validated further at the following links: The Hunger Site (Snopes) and Free Rice (Snopes).

Together we can make a real and lasting difference for our world.


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The Walking Dead Gallery & Auction Announced For Hero Initiative

Last year, Walking Dead writer Robert Kirkman’s comic imprint Skybound and the Hero Initiative charity gave over 100 blank Walking Dead #100 covers to assorted comic-industry notables for them to sketch their own undead-oriented illustrations.

Today it was announced that the covers will be on display together at a free, one-night-only, Hero Initiative-benefiting show and auction held at L.A.’s Gusford gallery on Friday, May 31.

Four of the covers will be auctioned off during the soiree — two on eBay and another pair on-site — including one that will be created in the course of the evening by artist Todd Nauck (Invincible Universe). Nauck will be joined at the event by fellow sketch-cover contributors Sina Grace and Jason Reeves. The remainder of the covers will be auctioned off via eBay beginning June 4.

The Hero Initiative is a non-profit dedicated to providing medical aid and financial support to comic-book artists in need.

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