Ventilate brings together artists to raise money for Japan Earthquake

Ventilate Japan is a charity poster series from the Ventilate design blog that's raising money for the Red Cross to benefit those who suffered from the earthquake and tsunami in Japan in March. The organisers say that their goal is "not only raise funds but to also raise awareness of the scale of this disaster, the physical and psychological toll taken by its victims as well as the on-going threat posed by spent nuclear fuel."

Curated by artist and Ventilate founder Michael Brown, the first set of posters include some wonderful work from the likes of Géraldine Georges, Matt Moore (aka MWM) and Valistika Studio. They're available as 8.5- x 11-inch prints for $15, or 24- x 36- inch prints for $80.

Rebirth by Géraldine Georges

Resilience Japan by Matt W. Moore

Rock Candy by valistika

Other artists taking part include Digital Arts contributors Mercedes Crespo and Camilo Bejarano.

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