The Week That Was

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Our featured artist this week is David Bythewood who has created these powerful graphics to share the news of the past week.

In February David explained his motivation this way “I do it because if I can make one person smile or laugh or think or learn and help them get through the day, through all of this madness, I feel better.”

Please enjoy this week’s feature of The Week That Was.


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