I will never forget the first images/videos I saw coming out of Japan on Friday, March 11, 2011. Straight away I knew that this was a major disaster – and that was before the full extent of the Nuclear threat.
In a small way I want to help the Japanese people. The following flickr group is auctioning prints from some very talented photographers, with 100% of the money going to the people of Japan.
I decided to add an image to the auction myself. Naturally the image will be printed here at Red Bubble.
Basically the winner of the auction donates the amount to one of the charities listed in the flickr group, and then I will organise and pay for the print to be produced and sent out to the winner.
I have finally killed two birds with one stone …..that is written a journal entry and also set up a group (yippiee).
Groups was a feature I felt RedBubble needed. A cool way to group similar work together from various artists. When it finally did arrive I had no time to set one up until now.
I can not wait to see the minimalist art that fellow Red bubble artists will add to this group. I also encourage interaction by all available means, so this group can be both a showcase of minimalist art as well as a place where people can discuss various topics regarding this genre.
Some simple standard guidelines: # One upload a day only. # Don’t critique an art piece unless explicitly stated by the artist that they want critique. # Any questions/suggestions, Bubblema