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Imagined Landscapes

WUHO Gallery will present Imagined Landscapes, an exhibition by Kilograph x ASAI x Climate Cents. The show will run through October 6th.

Architect founded, Kilograph is interested in communicating design vision in new and exciting ways. The team works with clients to develop unique and compelling narratives that help them reach their audiences. Artists create 3D illustrations, films and animations, Virtual Reality experiences, custom mobile apps, brand identities and interactive websites to bring the vision of projects to life.

The American Society of Architectural Illustrators, ASAI, is an international non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement and recognition of the art, science and profession of architectural illustration.

Climate Cents is the first Environmental crowdfunding platform focused on fighting climate change through local projects. People want to do something about climate change, but many don’t know how they can make a difference. Our online platform aims to make it easy and exciting for anyone – individuals, groups, businesses – to support local projects that are reducing greenhouse gases. We select and vet other NPOs that are sequestering carbon or lowering energy consumption, and our job is to educate and inspire the public to get involved by funding the work they do. Think of it like Kickstarter for saving the planet, locally. Visit our website to learn more.

Posted in 2019

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