Goodson illustrators support gay rights in Russia
Illustration by Terry Wong
Illustrators represented by agent Anna Goodson have created images in support of gay rights in Russia to raise awareness and promote solidarity ahead of the Sochi Winter Olympics
On her personal blog, Goodson says that "I have been really disturbed by what’s been going on in Russia and the horrific treatment of homosexuals in that country". In order "to make a statement and possibly a difference" Goodson asked the illustrators she represents if they would be prepared to make a piece of work to raise awareness and support of those affected by the growing anti-gay sentiment in Russia.
Goodson says that she hopes people will re-post and share the resulting images (all of which can be seen here) to spread the word.
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