the background has vertical watercolor stripes that blend together in a rainbow pattern. The foreground shows the neurodiversity infinity symbol, with the word "celebrate" above and "neurodiversity" below, from white semi-transparent acrylic paint. It looks like a white splash on a rainbow background with the words and symbols unpainted, so that the words and symbol have the same rainbow coloring as the background via negative space.

Art: Celebrate Neurodiversity

the background has vertical watercolor stripes that blend together in a rainbow pattern. The foreground shows the neurodiversity infinity symbol, with the word "celebrate" above and "neurodiversity" below, from white semi-transparent acrylic paint. It looks like a white splash on a rainbow background with the words and symbols unpainted, so that the words and symbol have the same rainbow coloring as the background via negative space.
“Celebrate Neurodiversity” painting by J.D. Leza

“Celebrate Neurodiversity” painting by J.D. Leza

Neurodiversity is something to celebrate!

This painting was created with watercolor paints, watercolor pencils, and acrylic paint.

Editor’s note: Postcards and stickers are available for sale on JD Leza’s personal Etsy store. While the store is unaffiliated with The Aspergian, we do encourage you to buy from autistic artists.

[Image description: the background has vertical watercolor stripes that blend together in a rainbow pattern. The foreground shows the neurodiversity infinity symbol, with the word “celebrate” above and “neurodiversity” below, from white semi-transparent acrylic paint. It looks like a white splash on a rainbow background with the words and symbols unpainted, so that the words and symbol have the same rainbow coloring as the background via negative space.]

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2 Comments

  1. I had wondered if the letters were stenciled? [at least the Neurodiversity letters].

    The celebrate is in a script/calligraphy.

    And all the rainbows and the colours!

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