As tornado cleanup continues in Joplin, Missouri, graphic artists in St. Louis are lending their talents to the effort.
The marketing and design firm Moosylvania is selling original prints that its art directors designed that pay homage to Joplin. The prints are $25 each and can be viewed and purchased here through PayPal. All proceeds benefit the United Way Small Business Fund, said Brook Boyer, who came up with the idea for the campaign.
Her family is from Joplin.
"I wanted to do something, and I asked our art directors if they would help," she said. "They all jumped in. I was so touched by how hard they worked on this. I'm really proud that we could do our small part to help."
The artwork has been available online for a week, and 200 prints have been sold.
To contact the United Way and find out how to help Joplin tornado survivors, visit their website.
Jurors in Casey Anthony's capital murder trial were shown photographs of her 2-year-old daughter Caylee's skeletal remains on Thursday as a crime scene technician who responded to the scene testified.
Technician Jennifer Welch with the Orange County, Florida, Sheriff's Office detailed items found with the little girl's remains, including a black plastic bag, an off-white canvas bag, a red plastic Disney bag, a pair of shorts, a blanket and "clothing remnants." Duct tape could be seen on the facial region of the skull, she testified.
Anthony cried as the photographs were displayed Thursday in the Orlando courtroom. Jurors took notes as Welch testified.
Anthony, 25, faces seven counts in Caylee's death, including first-degree murder, aggravated child abuse and misleading investigators. If convicted, she could face the death penalty.
The toddler's family last saw her on June 16, 2008, but no one alerted police until July 15, when the girl's maternal grandmother tracked down Casey Anthony and demanded answers.
Prosecutors allege Casey Anthony used chloroform on her daughter and suffocated her by putting duct tape over the little girl's mouth and nose. They allege she put her daughter's body in her car trunk before disposing of it. Caylee's skeletal remains were found on December 11, 2008, less than a mile from the home of Casey Anthony's parents.
Casey Anthony has pleaded not guilty and denied having anything to do with her daughter's death. Defense attorney Jose Baez has said that when all the facts are known, it will become clear his client is innocent.
Jurors also heard a recording of a 9-1-1 call in which a utility worker reported that meter reader Roy Kronk claimed to have found a skull at the site where the remains were found.
Earlier, they heard testimony from Casey Anthony's brother, who testified that his sister - out of jail on bail the month after Caylee was reported missing - told him an alternate version of how the little girl was kidnapped by her nanny.
He said his sister told him in August 2008 that she had met the nanny, Zenaida Fernandez-Gonzalez, at an Orlando park along with Gonzalez's sister. Casey Anthony told him that Gonzalez held her down and told her that she was taking Caylee from her because she wasn't a good mother, "to teach her a lesson," Lee Anthony said.
@ACP: And then?
Uh, isnt original prints an oxymoron ?
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So nice to see people contribute their time and talent for the victims of the devastating storms. Good look to the people of Missouri.
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