Amanda Gorman - Poet by Jesse Pascarella

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Proceeds support Ultraviolet, a powerful and rapidly growing community of people from all walks of life mobilized to fight sexism and expand women's rights.

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Design By: Jesse Pascarella
Jesse Pascarella My name is Jesse Pascarella and I am a Graphic Artist based out of Los Angeles, CA. I specialize in artwork that depicts a certain view of social, cultural and environmental issues, while also often referencing nature both historically and in current events. Whether the content may be more direct or symbolic, there’s always an underlying message to be conveyed: be kind, live in the moment, learn from the past and/or leave things better than how you found them.
Design By: Jesse Pascarella
Jesse Pascarella My name is Jesse Pascarella and I am a Graphic Artist based out of Los Angeles, CA. I specialize in artwork that depicts a certain view of social, cultural and environmental issues, while also often referencing nature both historically and in current events. Whether the content may be more direct or symbolic, there’s always an underlying message to be conveyed: be kind, live in the moment, learn from the past and/or leave things better than how you found them.
Artist Statement

Mix media portrait of Amanda Gorman. This woman uses her creative talent to better our society. Her words have made history and continue to help support change. To pair with her poems, I created this piece to help amplify awareness of social justice and equality for all. - Jesse Pascarella