Boom!! How about our new logo and fresh coat of paint on our website?? Yeah we’re pretty psyched.
We wanna give a big shout out to our friend Ben, at Brand Army. Ben’s a logo design genius. Look again at our new logo above. Yep, it looks like a Kokopelli (a Native American symbol for music), but look again, and you’ll see a FLAPPING HAND! Look in the “negative space” and you’ll see a taupe-colored thumb below four purple fingers – so brilliant!
We became friends with Ben Osterhaus through our friend Mike Ricucci, at Terra-Rising (an awesome advocacy organization promoting the field of Music Therapy.) Mike is right here on the East Coast, but the way we connected with him was through our mutual friend Kat Fulton, at Music Therapy Ed – who’s all the way over on the West Coast! In this day and age, it’s certainly all about connections and finding one’s tribe of like-minded people …. I know right!
And now a great big thankful shout out to our friend Aaron Hartland, who has faithfully volunteered his web design skills to The Musical Autist for over 2 years now, simply because he believes in us and he believes in our mission. Doesn’t it just feel so bold and clean and shiny around here?
We’ve never been much for asking people to leave comments on our blog posts, but with all this new change going on, we’d like turn over a new leaf in this area as well.
So if you’d be so kind, please throw down a comment below and let us know if you like our new design and if you like the advocacy work we are doing here at The Musical Autist.
The only reason we do what we do? To advocate for the Autism Rights Movement through Community Music Therapy, by bringing more and more Sensory Friendly Concerts around the world.
~!! Go Neurodiversity Go !!~