Darkness and Light—Symbols of Hope 2020 Poster
$20.00 – $28.00
Darkness and Light was illustrated by Ashley Rodriguez from Cheyenne Middle School for the 2020 Symbols of Hope Art Contest.
“Life is a cycle of darkness and light. There’s not always sunshine, the moon must come out eventually. However, the sun always returns. Just like in life, everything isn’t always cheerful. We all face difficult times eventually. We’re all human, we all have craters like the moon. No one is perfect, it’s okay to ask for help. Things will always get better eventually. Giving up will only leave you on your knees. Everyone is in charge of getting back onto their feet. All it takes is a plan to follow a whole new future. All the stars in the sky twinkle brightly. Think of them as all the opportunity life is giving you. You’re not alone, there are plenty of people willing to help you with welcoming arms. You are loved.”
The purpose of Symbols of Hope is to promote a culture of peace, inclusion, and hope through creative projects that inspire people to think, discuss solutions, and take positive action. This year, OKC high school and middle school students submitted art related to the theme THRIVE. Thank you to Cresap Family Foundation for their generous funding that makes the Symbols of Hope contest possible.
Museum-quality posters made on thick and durable matte paper.
• Paper thickness: 10.3 mil
• Paper weight: 5.6 oz/y² (192 g/m²)
• Giclée printing quality
• Opacity: 94%