January 10, 2013

Learning How to Grieve in Color

Ten years ago, Danny Gregory, the executive creative director and managing partner of the New York ad agency mcgarrybowen, wrote and illustrated a heart-wrenching testament to love, Everyday Matters: A Story of Love and Recovery

See more. [Images: Danny Gregory]

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Filed under: Grief Saddness Death Art Watercolor 
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