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An archival quality (18x24) fine art print on thick 100% rag featuring the work of Christian Bigwater will be given to anyone who donates to help us move activism through art.

Open edition fine art prints are printed on demand - please allow up to 14 days for delivery. Thank you for your patience! 

In response to COVID-19, Amplifier and our partners launched an emergency campaign with top art curators and public-health advisors from around the world to amplify symbols that help promote mental health, well-being, and social change work during these stressful times, as well as visions of the world we know is possible on the other side of this pandemic.   

With your help, we will distribute these messages widely, both online and in the physical locations where they are needed most.

"Traditional Navajo culture teaches us that the fingers on our hands represent the different family members we have; mother, father, grandmother, grandfather, and self. Through that concept, I wanted to communicate that their lives are in our hands and the easiest thing we can do to care for them is to wash our hands for 20 seconds. The yellow and red bows on the side are design elements familiar to the Navajo culture." - Christian Bigwater

Donations made to Amplifier are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. Amplifier is registered under RCW19.09. You may contact the Washington Secretary of State at 800.332.4483 or visit for more information.