Tag Keith De Cesare

ArtAID’s Artwork at the USS NEW YORK (LPD 21) in Plymouth, England.

The ArtAID “Never Forget” banner created by the artist Keith De Cesare, bearing the names of all those who perished at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001 was seen yesterday in Plymouth, England, while Ambassador Johnson visited the impressive U.S. Navy ship the USS NEW YORK (LPD 21). The ship is currently…

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ArtAID’s Firefighters Angel Tribute to Lt. Paul E. Geidel

UPDATE: From Barbara Ann Geidel. Paul E. Geidel There will be a plaque dedication at Rescue 1 in Manhattan on Monday, July 9. Everyone is invited to attend this great honor. Please feel free to share. In partnership with #BravestandFinest @ArtAID created this Angel Tribute to Lt. Paul E. Geidel who was a USAF…

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ArtAID Tribute to St. Louis County Officer Blake Snyder

One year ago today: St. Louis County Officer Blake Snyder killed on duty. The 33-year-old officer, Blake Snyder, had four years of service with the St. Louis County Police Department. He leaves behind a wife and a 2-year-old son. Officer Snyder, who served in the Affton Southwest Precinct, and another officer were responding…

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ArtAID’s photo display in the WTC Subway Station

Since the installation of the 1st Ground Zero Memorials on the viewing platforms in 2001, ArtAID has been doing public service artworks serving New York’s September 11th community ever since. As with that work in 2001, and on many subsequent September 11th Anniversaries, the work was not officially sanctioned by the powers that be, we…

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ArtAID’s Police Guardian Angel Tribute to PO Miosotis Familia

Keith De Cesare, founder and artist of #ArtAID in partnership with #Bravest and Finest created this Angel Tribute to PO Miosotis Familia, an on-duty New York City police officer who was killed early Wednesday after a gunman walked up to a police vehicle and fired one round through a window, authorities said.  She…

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Crowds gather to mark 22nd anniversary of Oklahoma City bombing

OKLAHOMA CITY – Survivors and family members of those killed in the Oklahoma City bombing gathered for a remembrance service today, the 22nd anniversary of the attack. The explosion killed 168 people. It was the deadliest act of terrorism on U.S. soil until the Sept. 11 attacks six years later. Timothy McVeigh was…

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