Poster Contest

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New Poster Entry – Peggi McKay

Whimsical in design with a powerful message, this poster contest entry by Peggi McKay asks that IC patients be believed. Our condition, our struggles and our pain is real and patients deserve compassion and kindness!

 

By |September 4th, 2015|Poster Contest|Comments Off on New Poster Entry – Peggi McKay

IC Awareness Month Poster Contest – Winners Will Receive a Kindle Fire Tablet!

For the 2015 IC Awareness Month, we’re holding a poster contest and a meme contest! Winners will receive a Kindle Fire Tablet!
IC Awareness Month Poster Contest
Bring out your inner artist and create a poster for IC Awareness Month sharing your own interpretation of life with IC. Light or dark, floral or portrait, encouraging & hopeful or […]

By |August 27th, 2015|Patient Projects, Poster Contest|Comments Off on IC Awareness Month Poster Contest – Winners Will Receive a Kindle Fire Tablet!

The WINNERS of our 2014 IC Awareness Month Poster Contest ARE:

FIRST PLACE – CHRISTY KEYES

Christy Keyes wins first place this year for a gorgeous yet satirical poster that utilizes color and text powerfully. Using a carnival theme, she shares the frustration that patients face every day as they struggle with a variety of symptoms and frustrations. Brilliantly done…. and the clear winner in this years […]

By |October 4th, 2014|Announcements, Patient Activism, Patient Projects, Poster Contest|Comments Off on The WINNERS of our 2014 IC Awareness Month Poster Contest ARE:

IC Awareness Month 2014 Poster Contest

Bring out your inner artist and create a poster for IC Awareness Month sharing your own interpretation of life with IC. Have you children make their own poster with your choice of medium: digital, watercolor, crayon, markers! Your choice!

All posters will be added to our website and the winners will receive $100, $75 or […]

By |August 15th, 2014|Announcements, Poster Contest|Comments Off on IC Awareness Month 2014 Poster Contest

IC Awareness Month Poster Contest Winners!

It is my pleasure to announce the winners of the 2013 IC Awareness Month Campaign and we have a surprise, rather than just three winners, we’ll have five! The posters this year were fabulous

First Place: Jennifer Williams – $100 gift certificate

Jennifer Williams has created an iconic image absolutely perfect for use in an annual awareness […]

By |October 17th, 2013|Announcements, IC Educational Materials, Patient Projects, Poster Contest|Comments Off on IC Awareness Month Poster Contest Winners!

And Our Last Poster Entry – Tish Ali

Tish Ali’s intense imagery speaks worlds about life with IC. We LOVE this poster!

By |October 16th, 2013|Announcements, Awareness Items, Poster Contest|Comments Off on And Our Last Poster Entry – Tish Ali

New Poster Entry – Jaime Aragon

New Poster Entry by Jamie using all the key terms we associate with IC… it just tells it like it is from the bladder to pain to isolation to hope, etc. etc. – Love love love this!!!!

By |September 20th, 2013|Announcements, Patient Projects, Poster Contest|Comments Off on New Poster Entry – Jaime Aragon

New Poster Entry – Susan Chandy

This new poster asks you image the world of an IC patient. Can you image having intense pain, being isolated, confused and living with fear? Sounds like a movie?? But it’s not for those living with IC!

By |September 20th, 2013|Announcements, Poster Contest|Comments Off on New Poster Entry – Susan Chandy

New Poster Entry – L Dryburgh

Here’s a fabulous new poster that reflects, so importantly, the struggles that children face with IC. Sitting through class, receiving care, hope and so forth! Really well done and such an important message to share!

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New Poster Entry – E Dryburgh

Here’s another new poster entry from E Dryburgh! Love the use of color, men AND women, and the critical message of YOU ARE NOT ALONE!

By |September 20th, 2013|Announcements, Poster Contest|Comments Off on New Poster Entry – E Dryburgh