The massive tornado that decimated Joplin, Missouri last month, killing 155 people, has left a wake of destruction that will take years for the town's residents to recover from. While the attention of the ever-churning news cycle has turned elsewhere, the town is still in dire need of support. To help out with fundraising efforts, St. Louis design studio Moosylvania has created a series of beautiful posters to benefit the recovery efforts. Not only are the posters serving a good cause, but they also boast some particularly shareable messages:

"Neighborly Love" by Jacob Etter 

"Missouri Pride" by Nick Becker

"Growing From Within" by Skylar Salisbury

The benefit runs through July 31st, and proceeds benefit the Southwest Missouri chapter of the United Way recovery effort. Each poster is signed, numbered and screen printed to order by the artist. The full series can be viewed at the Show Me Art, Show Me Hope online store.

via Grain Edit


Paul M. Davis


Paul M. Davis

Paul M. Davis tells stories online and off, exploring the spaces where data, art, and civics intersect. I currently work with a number of organizations including Pivotal and

Things I share: Knowledge, technology, reusable resources, goodwill.