Justyna Green Presented a Series of Drawings Special for 100 Days of Gratitude during Pandemic


Various designers and architects have shared what they are grateful for, special for 100 Days of Gratitude, a series of portraits created by illustrator Justyna Green.

The illustrator from London has presented drawings for the 100 Days of Gratitude series to show how the boundaries of Covid-19 have impacted people and creativity. Greene has collected stories from around the world that embody the theme of gratitude. So, for three months, the illustrator will paint one portrait per day, creating a selection of colorful portraits on this topic.

100 Days of Gratitude are needed to show people that even in the most difficult situations there is always something to be grateful for. Therefore, the purpose of creating illustrations is to unite creativity around a positive idea. In addition, the artist wanted to support people who were affected by the pandemic. She used a vibrant color palette and flowing lines to highlight the hope of a return to normal life.

For many creatives who have already submitted their stories to the project, this engagement has provided a sense of satisfaction and salvation. Finally, after a long period, people were able to focus their attention on something positive and took the chance to work on their creative projects.

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