Announcing the Launch of Postcards to Doctors 2020!

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#PostcardsToDoctors Winning Art for 2020!
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We’re thrilled to announce the winners of our postcard design contest for our second annual Postcards to Doctors campaign!

We received over 100 submissions from 40 people by the October 5th deadline. We were so impressed by the beauty, cleverness, and skill on display in these wonderful pieces.  

It was no small feat to choose just five for the campaign! We strove to choose pieces representing different styles, media and subjects, as well as a collection that would hang together as a whole and inspire clinicians to want to know more about ME. Check out the winners below!

An art collage shaped into a woman with flowers for hair and letters/wording that share ME symptoms such as brain fog, sensory, rash, headache, chills, etc
Untitled, by Zamp Gelso
photo of an organic pot holding 2 thin and long-stemmed flowers
Organic Flow, by John Holt
Graphic of a paper doll with clothing cut outs for it. You also see skeletal system and muscular system and brain. Wording at the top: Dress up the doll to learn more about M.E.
ME Doll, by Jelena Ačanski
Artwork shows a woman lying with eyes closed wrapped in a blanket done in vibrant colors of red, blue, green, and yellow.
Untitled, by Ginette Mulvihill
Comic strip. In first box you see a medical provider saying "this therapy will put you on the right track." to a patient (sloth) across a table. In the next box you see the patient (sloth) with a suitcase by a train track labeled right track 1 OUT OF ORDER
Not Lazy But Ill, by F.G.D. de Weerd

Ready to partcipate? The new Postcards landing page is here! Click below to get started participating in this year's Postcards to Doctors initiative!

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