With the help of our friends at Designed Good and Center for the Arts, Port au Prince, Bogobrush was able to make its way into the hands of the girls of Siloe, Haiti. We could not be more honored to be a part of their mission to empower the young girls of Siloe through the arts. An extra special thanks goes to Bernice and Nadia Todres for their talents and their desire to make the world a better place–without them this wouldn’t be possible. You can read more about their work here.
AIGA Minnesota is the first place to turn for inspiration, professional development, and excellence in design in MN, so, needless to say, I was honored when I was recently given the opportunity to speak at AIGA Minnesota’s Green Drinks. It was so much fun! It’s so amazing to see people getting involved and asking great questions about Bogobrush and its impact on both society and our environment.
I think my favorite part was after the presentation where I got to chat with everyone, while making a lot of new friends and connections.
This was a totally worthwhile event. Thanks, AIGA MN, for inviting me, and thanks, Jay Larson Photography for the beautiful photos. Last but not least, cheers to Dangerous Man Brewing for the beer, and for being a stellar host location!