Best of CH 2022: Good Measure

Stories from the year that demonstrate how change was and always is possible

Whether it comes to fighting climate change, giving back to marginalized groups or uplifting the LGBTQ+ community, there are always creatives and companies that focus on social and political justice. As we report on these movements, we tag each story with the words Good Measure, curating a resource for ourselves and our readers to refer to whenever hope, encouragement and empowerment is needed. This year—between …

“Candystore + Jarrett, Crown Heights (after Linda Simpson)” Exclusive Artist Edition

By photographer Ian Lewandowski and print publisher Harlan & Weaver, this exclusive artist edition of the photograph “Candystore + Jarrett, Crown Heights (after Linda Simpson)” (2022) benefits the Fire Island Artist Residency (FIAR). All proceeds from each sale directly benefit FIAR’s annual summer program for LGBTQ+ artists, as well as the community the organization fosters.

Blue Dogs Tea Towel

An ode to canine companions, this 100% cotton Blue Dogs Tea Towel features dog illustrations by artists who are part ARTHOUSE Unlimited, a UK-based non-profit that represents creatives who are neuro-diverse and/or have physical support needs. Each artist drew a pet’s portrait in blue pencil, creating a delightful print of all types of dogs. Plus, 100% of the proceeds from sales of the charming but …