This poster is very powerful. It's beautifully drawn and painted incorporating teal throughout. You can feel Hailey's message in her piece of art, But You Don't Look Sick. As ICers, this is one of the most hurtful things we have to deal with. Others not believing us because we don't look sick. Thank you Hailey! [...]
Here's a stunning poster created by IC patient Jaime. Using this lovely teal winged angel holding a heart, she proclaims boldly in her message that Interstitial Cystitis does Not have her! We may have IC, but we will not let it become our lives!!!
Wow!!! This amazing poster created by Lynn absolutely covers all the bases and it looks awesome! It even captures this year's theme of "Shining A Light On IC" with a very COOL cartooned light character! All around great poster through it's facts, graphics, and imagination! Bravo!!!
A stunning hand drawn entry by Nicole R. We love the way your words and pictures in this gorgeous poster share the symptoms of Interstitial Cystitis. Well Done & Lovely Nicole!
ICer Nicole J. shares some very powerful words in her poster entry about Compassion and Empathy. These topics resonate deeply within our community as they are always in great need for every IC Patient. A very moving and touching entry Nicole J.
IC patient Eva conveys the message so perfectly here through the fingerprints on her poster. Each and every IC Patient is different with their own individual set of sypmtoms, flare triggers, and treatment needs. Thank you Eva!
Christy wanted to show the Darker Side of IC this year for her entry. Talking about our deepest and most personal feelings can be very hard sometimes. But these feelings when brought into the light will not only help you find and receive support, they can also give someone else permission to bring their hidden [...]
Becca is the daughter of IC patient Christy Keyes. This year her message from the heart was to shine a light on all ICers, including her mother. Lovely entry Becca. We thank you!
Sometimes the simplest messages are the most profound. The symbolism of the piece of art is powerful. Many patients feel bound to their restrooms, unable to leave home or perform important daily tasks such as shopping, working, or going to church.
Here's a lovely hand drawn entry by ICer Makenzie McCoy. Her use of butterflies to make the awareness ribbon is clever and beautiful. her use of color is lovely... and, of course, for women with IC... the message "Fight Like A Girl" is powerful! It's wonderful to see original art like this. Thank you Makenzie for [...]