Mexican culture and art led me to the ultimate inspiration for supporting women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer in the most beautiful way I could think of. Her name was Frida.
The 10th Annual Ink N Iron festival slated for June 6th, 7th & 8th on board the Queen Mary in Long Beach, CA will debut Keep A Breast Foundation Breast Casts of amazing women and artists in the tattoo community. Sullen Art Collective booth along with other beautiful pieces and vintage culture.
The Keep A Breast Foundation recently had the opportunity to meet and cast Malice Munro for Angel City Derby Girl’s Eat Your Art Out fundraiser. Malice shared with us her personal story and connection to cancer and how roller derby has been a huge influence in her life.
The Keep A Breast Foundation announces an exclusive art show in conjunction with Rockstar Energy Drink and Sullen Art Collective to come together to celebrate the closing of The Inked Up World Tour and raise awareness for breast cancer prevention Keep A Breast and 12 of the best tattoo artists in the country have combined sculpture, philanthropy, and symbolic artistry creating one-of-a-kind plaster forms made from the female torso of 12 celebrity castees.
Writer R.H. Stavis gets breast casted for Stan Lee’s Comikaze Expo and shares her breast cancer story.
In support of bareMinerals’ mission to make a positive difference in women’s lives, they have partnered with The Keep A Breast Foundation to help raise breast cancer awareness.
Keep A Breast founder Shaney jo Darden, shares how the breast cast came along and introduces a limited time opportunity to purchase these beautiful works of art.