Due to overwhelming support and having raised $1300 for relief efforts, I’ve re-opened commissions.
100% of proceeds go to Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders), a non-profit humanitarian aid organization known for providing medical care to developing countries. Currently they are helping the earthquake and tsunami survivors, especially those suffering from hypothermia, respiratory tract infections, and the elderly who have lost their medicine. They’re also rounding up basic needs such as blankets, food and fresh water. They’re a great group and 85% of their funding comes from donations, so donating to them no matter what the reason is a good idea.
I’ve finished 36 out of 52 commissioned portraits so far, and they’re being mailed out today. Those of you who haven’t sent me info on what they’d like drawn yet, please do.