Hug Japan Exhibits Art Created by Young Disaster Victims

Last week, Stylesight correspondants had the opportunity to attend a special event hosted by nonprofit initiative Hug Japan, at which over 300 works of art created by children affected by March 11th’s East Japan Earthquake were displayed for sale. Photos taken by photographer Mayumi Suzuki (whose father is still missing) that depicted the aftermath were shown as well. The exhibit ran for a week at New York’s AIGA National Design Center. To learn more about Hug Japan, click here.

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