Rosanna to Design Products for September 11 Museum
May 1, 2014,
World Trade Center tridents
SEATTLE-Tabletop designer Rosanna Bowles has been selected to design products for the National September 11 Memorial & Museum, which opens on May 21 in New York.
The product line will include porcelain trays and mugs, votive holders and canvas tote bags that carry images of the World Trade Center tridents, the Survivor Tree, rescue dog artwork, FDNY and NYPD badges and American flags, as well as words of contemplation such as "hope," "remember," "reflect" and "honor." All net proceeds from sales will be dedicated to developing and sustaining the National September 11 Memorial & Museum.
The National September 11 Memorial & Museum will serve as the country's institution for reflecting on the impact of 9/11, remembering the victims, honoring those who went to their rescue and exploring the continuing significance of the day's events.
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