A Final Snapshot

Our month-long stay in San Lucas ended with the inauguration of Ajkem’a Loy’a’s newly redesigned store. Here it is – the new logo handpainted on the facade, courtesy of Elias Jacinto (master painter & typographer in San Lucas) with side texts by our own Jeremy “Jeremias Ganabien” Goodwin.

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  1. Your work here has touched my heart. I have been searching for a way to combine my desire to help people using my creative energy, and this project that you all have been working on, feels just right. Are there other programs like this where I can share my artistic talents as well? I would love to talk to someone about any such opportunities. Thank you, and be well.
    -Nguyen Le

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