"Keep Singing," Archival Print
During uncertain and unprecedented times, it’s common for society to forego the arts. The arts are often the first item cut from government spending, from school curriculum, and more.
And yet. Even amidst the greatest uncertainty, a landmark, a flag, a familiar image can cue us to return to our humanity. Even in darkness, songs can unite people across balconies, uplift bereaved communities, and remind us of who we are. Even from deep grief, dancing and drawing can reignite our souls.
The book burning is the harbinger of every ending civilization. The difference between a healthy civilization and a collapsing one is the social bond that comes not from our technology, but the vibrant culture of our humanity. Art represents the cultural ethos of our time. It is the social glue between people, the bonfire for our ideas, the embrace between our ancestors and our successors.
Artists are like canaries in a coal mine. In an uncertain world, we need to keep singing.
About the Collaboration:
"Artists are like canaries in a coal mine. In an uncertain world, we need them to keep singing."
“Keep Singing” is a first-time collaboration between Jenie Gao and Rae Senarighi. Jenie conceptualized the artwork and text and created the birds illustration. Rae designed the typography and final layout. This has been so uplifting for us to work on together and we hope it can be a timeless inspiration to you.
These are open edition, high-quality, archival prints. Thanks for supporting us, and keep singing!!
Prints are 18 x 12 inches.