Build a Better Artwork pt. 2

If you’re a librarian or a Punk Rock Book Jockey prepping for the upcoming CSLP theme of Build a Better World, and you don’t want to use the artwork provided (or want to beef up what’s provided), then do I have some art for you! Also, don’t feel limited by this summer’s theme with these images. Please feel free to use any and all of these to support libraries!

Be sure to check out Part One here.

I must give a HUGE shout-out to both Angie and  Bryce for brainstorming ideas to represent PWD. These images would not be as diverse if I had not had their help.

Also!

I will be posting a bonus set of images very soon! I realized that there was an easy Photoshop tweak to up the usefulness of this artwork. Heh.

And here they are!

Feel free to click on any and all of the following images to get a super-high-res version that you can download and use:

Quadriplegic or PWD person in a reclining wheelchair looking at a assistive device that displays a house | hafuboti.com

African American man with a hearing aid holding a potted plant for Build a Better World and more | hafuboti.com

Girl with tracheotomy holding the recycle symbol Build a Better World and more for public libraries | hafuboti.com

A chemotherapy patient or an Orthodox Jewish woman holding the world wide web or internet symbol | hafuboti.com

An African American woman holding a compass for Build a Better World or anything else for public libraries | hafuboti.com

huge thank you to all my friends for their feedback on each of these images. This time around I sought opinions on potential issues before posting in case I made an unintentionally insensitive image. That said: if we all failed to catch something, then please let me know either in the comments or via email at hafuboti@gmail.com.

Finally, it’s very appreciated, though not required to send me a thank you donation for sharing my artwork. Just click on the donation link on the sidebar of this site and you’ll be taken to my Paypal.

4 thoughts on “Build a Better Artwork pt. 2

    • Thank you and no worries! I actually *knew* that people likely wouldn’t know what it was unless either they or someone they know has it: it’s tracheostomy equipment. So now you can explain it if anyone asks :)

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