The Week That Was

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Every Saturday we celebrate the creativity of one member of our awesome graphics team. This week we feature the work of Cris Palomino, who chose these images to tell the story of the past week.

We asked Cris to tell us about herself. Here’s her reply:

“I’ve been drawing as long as I can remember. I started with computer graphics in the ’80s with the Amiga 1000 and created graphics for Oingo Boingo and television. I worked at Disney Studios as a character art manager and drew the Pooh characters, principally, plus classic film characters and Disney princesses. I worked in traditional materials but started learning digital art on my own and helped 2D artists transition in my department. After leaving Disney, I kept learning and branched into 3D art and am now exploring augmented reality, known as AR.

I was horrified in 2016 as I watched Trump win the needed electoral votes. I couldn’t just sit and do nothing. I worked with one group where I learned the art of the meme. I then discovered DemCast and knew I had to get involved as they shared my fervor and determination. Now I work with a small and dedicated group that always sets the bar higher and gives support unconditionally. I love DemCast and, in particular, my fellow artists.”

Please enjoy The Week That Was!

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DemCast is an advocacy-based 501(c)4 nonprofit. We have made the decision to build a media site free of outside influence. There are no ads. We do not get paid for clicks, but are sustained solely on donations from grassroots supporters. Because our revenue isn’t click-driven, we don’t take in any direct revenue from the creative contributions of grassroots activists who post on the site. This sets us apart from other media sites. And we’re proud of that.

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