10 Wonderful Illustrations of Hope



We love a creative arts project, especially when it’s for a good cause. To raise money for art supplies within the art room at Target House, a “home away from home” for families of children facing long-term treatment at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, a project called Heartwork was formed. It asked a group of talented artists to create unique prints. This year, the illustrations were centered around the idea of “HOPE.” Each edition is limited to only 10 pieces and signed and numbered by the artist. Love how whimsically wonderful they are.

Above: Finding Hope Through Friendship by Jessica Hische


Spring by Jason Munn

Growing Hope by Nate Wragg

Hope Garden by Lab Partners

Feather Finder by Meg Hunt

Dream Butterfly by Gina Triplett

Hope by Julia Rothman

In Bloom by Aesthetic Apparatus

Special Delivery by Ryan Clark

Love Grows by Don Clark


Heartwork website
via [Grain Edit]



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