Hug Your People


At the height of the COVID-19 lockdown, I used to dream about hugs. Hugging my friends. Hugging my family. Living alone, I had taken these physical gestures of affection for granted until they were suddenly gone. Swami Chinmayananda reminds us that “[m]erely saying ‘I love,’ is not sufficient, we must express our love in action.” To hug your people, then, could be literal. But hugging your people could look like lots of different things! Ordering takeout for a friend, helping someone do the dishes, showing up for their gig, picking up their kids after school – so much is possible when we begin to think expansively. 

How do you like to hug your people? How do you feel about hugs in general?


  • Mini prints are 4″ x 5″ with no border on 120lb cardstock with a smooth finish
  • Standard prints are 8″ x 10″ with no border on 120lb cardstock with a smooth finish
  • Giclée prints are 8″ x 10″ with no border on archival paper that is acid-free, 100% cotton rag with a bright, matte finish

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Dimensions N/A
Print Type

Standard Print, Giclee Print


4" x 5", 8" x 10"