The Offbeat, Enchanting Art of Nathalie Trytell



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Last year I wrote this about my daughter Nathalie’s artwork and my son Matthew’s desire to have her work find the audience it deserves:

My daughter Nathalie Trytell was an artist of immense talent, her unique style connecting with people on an instinctive, emotional level. She didn’t have an easy time in her short life (1979-2011), suffering from Neurofibromatosis (NF) Type 2, eventually losing her hearing and motor skills. In spite of increasing disabilities, she found a way to continue to produce greeting cards that are joyous, innocent, offbeat depictions of the humanity that binds us together. My son Matthew has started an organization whose mission is to bring Nathalie’s art to the widest possible audience and raise awareness in the fight to cure NF.

Since then Matthew’s company, DBUN Designs, has prospered, increasing the number of cards available and diversifying into smartphone covers. For more information about Nathalie’s extraordinary life and work, and to purchase cards or smart phone covers, go to:

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