Posted by Miranda March 17, 2011

Currently running at the OhNo!Doom gallery in Chicago is the Sugar & Splice exhibition featuring many artists who either live in, or have family in Japan. To support the aid effort, OhNo!Doom is donating half of the gallery commission from the exhibiontion to the Red Cross (and other aid agencies). The exhibition ends on March 26th but they will continue to donate funds on any of this artwork that sells after this date.

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