All proceeds from this piece donated Outdoor Afro.
"Birding is a hope-giving activity." This artwork is inspired by conservationist Corina Newsome (@hood__naturalist) and the many other birders, naturalists, and Black voices of #BlackBirdersWeek. All proceeds of this piece will go to the nonprofit Outdoor Afro, as chosen by Corina! The donations will be also matched 10% by INPRNT's charity matching program.
About Outdoor Afro:
Outdoor Afro is a leading network that celebrates and inspires Black connections in nature. With nearly 90 leaders in 30 states from around the country, Outdoor Afro connect thousands of people to outdoor experiences and is changing the face of conservation. Please learn more at outdoorafro.com
In May 2020, a collective of Black STEM professionals and students launched the first Black Birders Week. Through the virtual events of the week (and beyond), #BlackBirdersWeek highlights and celebrates the experiences, work, and joy of Black birders and naturalists. Please check out BlackAFinSTEM, #BlackBirdersWeek, and follow those contributing!
About Corina Newsome:
A co-organizer of Black Birders Week, Corina Newsome is a Master's student studying biology and Community Engagement Manager of Georgia Audubon. Corina has founded several programs to encourage high school students from underrepresented demographics to consider careers in wildlife sciences. She's awesome. Please find her at corinanewsome.wixsite.com/hoodnaturalist
Double i’s, hapa, Hawaii-raised! I'm currently based in Cambridge, UK, where I freelance in digital illustration and communications. My art is influenced by nature and the people, colors, and places that give a feeling of home.
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.