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Tag line: Art revealing the gunfire epidemic. Make a Box. Send it in. It counts.
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Downloadable jpeg image: 3,000 Soul Boxes on display at Cerimon House, Portland, OR. January 2019. Photo credit: Nathan V. Holden (Higher resolution photo available)
Downloadable jpeg image: Soul Box panel showing individual Soul Boxes. Each Soul Box is folded to honor a gunfire victim. Photo credit: The Soul Box Project
Downloadable jpeg image: In February 2019 over 100 volunteers delivered 36,000 Soul Boxes to the Oregon State Capitol, one Box for every person killed by gunfire in the US during 2018. Photo credit: Paul Fardig.
Footage of 15,000 Soul Boxes on display at Multnomah Art Center, Portland, OR, April 2019. Video credit: Courtesy Nick Brown, QuickHitRecord.Media
Downloadable jpeg image: 3,000 Soul Boxes on display at the School of Visual Concepts in Seattle, representing the number of people killed by gunfire in the US in a typical month, July 2019. Photo credit: Emily Watrous
Downloadable jpeg image: 6,000 Soul Boxes representing the approximate number of people killed by gunfire every two months in the US. Displayed at HatchLab PDX, Portland, OR. September 2019. Photo credit: The Soul Box Project Vertical jpeg here.
Downloadable jpeg image: Soul Boxes displayed at Portland Institute for Loss & Transition Summer Institute in Grief Therapy, June 2019. Photo credit: The Soul Box Project
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