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Each to Their Strengths | Sandford

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by Jolyn Sandford | June 10, 2020 | WHS COVID-19 Poster Project

Jolyn Sandford is a Madison-based artist and software developer who seeks to celebrate the things she loves through illustration. With roots in the fine arts and computer science, she enjoys examining the intersection of art and tech....(Continued below.)
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Each to Their Strengths

Jolyn Sandford

Release date: June 10, 2020

Size: 11x17

About the artist

Jolyn Sandford is a Madison-based artist and software developer who seeks to celebrate the things she loves through illustration. With roots in the fine arts and computer science, she enjoys examining the intersection of art and tech.

About her their work, "I especially wanted to celebrate community efforts in these uncertain times. Despite our physical separation and the upheaval of our usual networks, many have organized programs for members of our communities to help each other - from checking in on their neighbors to keeping their local healthcare workers fed."

About the project

Public information posters have long been a part of history. The Wisconsin Historical Society's Covid-19 Poster Project features Wisconsin artists and their representations of the COVID-19 pandemic through new, relevant public information posters. These posters, created during the COVID-19 pandemic, will become part of the collections at the Society where they can be viewed and appreciated by future generations.

More information

Wisconsin Historical Society | Covid 19 Poster Project

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Each to Their Strengths

Jolyn Sandford

Release date: June 10, 2020

Size: 11x17

About the artist

Jolyn Sandford is a Madison-based artist and software developer who seeks to celebrate the things she loves through illustration. With roots in the fine arts and computer science, she enjoys examining the intersection of art and tech.

About her their work, "I especially wanted to celebrate community efforts in these uncertain times. Despite our physical separation and the upheaval of our usual networks, many have organized programs for members of our communities to help each other - from checking in on their neighbors to keeping their local healthcare workers fed."

About the project

Public information posters have long been a part of history. The Wisconsin Historical Society's Covid-19 Poster Project features Wisconsin artists and their representations of the COVID-19 pandemic through new, relevant public information posters. These posters, created during the COVID-19 pandemic, will become part of the collections at the Society where they can be viewed and appreciated by future generations.

More information

Wisconsin Historical Society | Covid 19 Poster Project

Jolyn's Instagram

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