Got emailed about this great fundraising project called Sarah Magazine. The magazine is a benefit for Sarah (pictured above) to raise the money for her second ear surgery. Sarah was born almost deaf and recently got a cochlear implant in her right ear, which helps her hear sounds she never realized existed. The second implant in her left ear has been scheduled for 2009, but since medical insurance will only cover one operation, she'll have to pay the full 25.000 euro bill all by herself... To help her out, 100 artists join forces to realize a publication and donate the full proceeds to her operation.
100 artists from around the world contributed an artwork to this A5, 96-page magazine - fullcolour cover and black/magenta/white insides, threadless bound - to help out raising money for Sarah's operation.
The magazine includes work from a whole bunch of artists we are fans of including Swoon, Bfree, Miss Lotion, Ward Zwart, Lennard Schuurmans, Craig Atkinson, Ephameron, Marcus Oakley, Neasden Control Centre, Mike Swaney and Luke Ramsey to name a few.
Sarah magazine only costs 15 euro (worldwide postage included) and is a 96-page black/magenta/white A5 publication on recycled paper with full-colour cover with a limited edition of 1000 copies
PAYPAL 15EURO along with your name and address to firstname.lastname@example.org
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