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Nagano Toyokazu – Photography for Charity

I’m completely in love with Nagano Toyokazu’s shots of cherub-faced children! He, Norikazu Hatta, Hideaki Hamada, and other Japanese photographers are all part of a movement to call out for donations through photographs. You can contribute to networkforgood’s fund for the Japan Tsunami Disaster through the links on his website (here), or directly (here).

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Prints for Charity.

It’s nice to see how artists / photographers are all stepping forward to do their two bits for charity. These two prints by Joseph O. Holmes (Shinjuku, 6:43) and Emily Shur (Imperial Palace Gardens) are up for sale at Jen Bekman’s website and all net proceeds will go towards the Japan Society’s Earthquake Relief Fund.

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Help Japan.

James White has created a really awesome poster to help raise funds in light of the recent Tsunami disaster. The first run of the prints have sold out, but there’s a chance there’ll be a second run eventually. He’s selling shirts at his website (here) if you’d like to do your bit for charity too!

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