“To be an artist is to believe in life.”
—Henry Moore

And just like that, you've made it to Friday!

This week we wanted to honour our artists, who have contributed to our communities through what they have created and shared with us. Cultures both thrive and survive through art—from drawings to writings to artifacts—reminding us, and allowing us to pass on generation to generation.

Ace designer Nada Debs found herself drawn to the simplicity and vibrancy of Japanese culture—where she grew up—combined with her own Lebanese roots. And yet, it was a major pivot point in her life that led her to launch Nada Debs, her design studio where she leads a team of 20 designers based out of Lebanon.

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