Adam DelMarcelle’s work is made in Pennsylvania, on the frontlines of the exploding overdose epidemic and has functioned to educate and mobilize community response. He uses various forms of revolutionary art, including traditional printmaking and poster bombing, digital projection, augmented reality, and art and medicine installation and intervention to raise awareness by encouraging the public to reflect on their role in the current state of drug use in America. DelMarcelle has committed his life to the betterment of his community through his work as an educator and artist. He travels widely activating communities through outreach, activism, and by educating anyone who will listen to the power art possesses to disrupt, resist, and document our human existence. DelMarcelle’s work has been extensively written about and exhibited and is included in several collections across the United States, including the Library of Congress, The Cushing Whitney Medical Library at Yale University, Syracuse University, Letterform Archive and many more. He earned a BFA from Pennsylvania College of Art and Design and an MFA from the Vermont College of Fine Art. Currently, he serves as an Assistant Professor of Graphic Design at Wilson College and lives with his wife, Missy, and son, Joey, in Lebanon, Pennsylvania.