New York Times Covers Reckoning With Torture Project
With our nose to the grindstone since the open of 2012, MESH has been focused on everything from Global Studio in India to the local DigiSo Project. Yesterday, after over six months collaborating with change-makers at the national chapter of the ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union), the PEN American Center, and film-makers Doug Liman and Avram Ludwig, we finally launched the Reckoning With Torture Film Project. We’re so excited the New York Times has already covered the project in this article, pre-release, and can’t wait for user submitted content to become part of the Liman’s documentary through the site we built.
Got to be on site while with the construction crew for the new @flatbushcatonmarket space! Flatbush Caton Market is New York’s only Caribbean open market. We’re happy to see it all come together and give these new vendors a beautiful temporary space while their current one is renovated. In the wise words of Fitzgerald here, “Love what you do and do what you love, you can’t compromise on stuff like that!” We totally agree 🇵🇷🇵🇳🇰🇳🇯🇲🇰🇳🇩🇴🇻🇮🇨🇺🇧🇸 #caribbean #flatbush #nyc #weloveit #construction
Published on Nov 17, 2017
Celebrating moms tonight at Christy Turlingtons @everymomcounts Bowery Hotel fundraiser with music by badass Allison Mosshart of @thekills because women, moms, around the world, kicking ass and supporting global maternal health. And our EMC impact books on every table at Bowery Hotel. Here’s to all those moms out there makin life real. 🙌 #everymomcounts 🖤
Published on Nov 09, 2017
One more for the donuts because we go crazy happy when we see our design work turn into stickers! And we love free donuts. Repost for a free extra special donut select from @vandaliadonutco ! Spread the joy. #happymonday #vandaliadonutco
Published on Nov 06, 2017
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