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Artist Joe Castro: United For Puerto Rico

Artist Joe Castro: United For Puerto Rico

The artist Joe Castro: A few weeks ago, my friend Eneida Cardona reached out and asked if I would help her create an online shop that would sell art/prints to raise money for the people of Puerto Rico who have been affected by the recent hurricanes. The Mighty Joe Castro collage for the united for puerto rico charity fund Although currently living in the Bronx,  Eneida still has family on the island and, as we struggled to watch the continued news coverage, we discussed our shared feeling of helplessness as well as our continued frustration with the current political bickering.  So, in a small effort of action, we gathered up a handful of artists and created the website, Artists for Puerto Rico.  We offer prints and artwork for sale with 100% of all profits going directly to United for Puetro Rico.

Artist Joe Castro creates 

Artist Joe Castro created this collage especially for the site, which I titled “The spirit is stronger than any storm”. The prints are 18 inches by 24 inches and cost £56.84  plus shipping. Please consider purchasing one or just make a donation.

http://www.artistsforpuertorico.org/product/el-espiritu-es-mas-fuerte-que-cualquier-tormenta

We are hoping to add more work to Artists for Puerto Rico so, if you are an artist who is interested in helping out by donating a print, feel free to reach me at mightyjoecastro@gmail.com

Thank you, for your support!

About the Artist Joe Castro 

Mighty Joe Castro is an accomplished Pennsylvania-based collage artist, musician, oil painter and graphic designer. His work has been shown in galleries and Exhibitions across the United States, Canada, and Europe and have been described as “a controlled explosion, aggressive and pensive (Kolaj Magazine)” and as “bold and diverse… one of those collage artists whose works you recognize immediately, (Toombes.com)” He is a signature member of the National Collage Society.(USA).

When not working on new paintings and collages, he runs his own graphic design business where he has created gig posters for bands such as The Districts, She & Him, Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds, Delta Spirit, Sturgill Simpson, Echo and the Bunnymen, Death Cab for Cutie and Pavement.

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