Franke James: The Real Poop on Social Change

illustration by franke james 2008

illustration of tickets and nuts by franke james 2008

illustration of dinners and books by franke james 2008

illustration of stage overview  by franke james 2008

illustration of sachs quote by franke james 2008

illustration by franke james 2008

illustration by franke james 2008

illustration by franke james 2008

chest of hope sculpture by christa gammp 2007

illustration by franke james 2008

illustration of mark kingwell by franke james 2008 with insert low res image of Caravaggio painting

illustration by franke james 2008

inspired by Adam and Eva by Lukas Cranach the Elder; illustration by franke james

illustration by franke james 2008

illustration by franke james 2008

illustration by franke james 2008

illustration by franke james 2008

illustration by franke james 2008

illustration by franke james 2008

illustration by franke james 2008

illustration by franke james 2008

illustration by franke james 2008

illustration by franke james 2008

illustration by franke james 2008

illustration by franke james 2008

illustration by franke james 2008

illustration by franke james 2008

change analysis chart copyright franke james 2008

Credits:
The Real Poop on Social Change © 2008, Franke James, MFA
LEADERS Change Analysis Chart © 2008, Franke James, MFA

Photographs, illustrations and writing by Franke James, MFA
Goodnight illustration inspired by ‘Goodnight Moon’ by M. W. Brown, C. Hurd
Chest of Hope sculpture by Canadian artist Christa Gampp
The Conversion on the Way to Damascus by Caravaggio

WELL, WELL: an evening of dialogue on social change featuring Malcolm Gladwell and Mark Kingwell, was a fundraising event to benefit Massey College at U of Toronto, and the Canadian Journalism Foundation. It was organized and presented by Manifest Communications. The VIP tickets entitled the ticket holder to attend a reception before the event, and premier seating at the event.