Morrison, Gaiman and Smith help fight Parkinson's Disease

Los Angeles-based photographer Allan Amato has a unique project coming out meant to bring new attention to Parkinson's disease. It's a traveling gallery show and photo book about individuals with the disease, and he's enlisted some comic book icons to help out.

Grant Morrison, Neil Gaiman and Kevin Smith are among a host of notable stars that jumped in to help support Amato's "Illuminate Parkinsons" campaign to shed new light on the condition. Initially inspired by the photographer's best friend Becky, this unique project will hit the road in the fall with shows in L.A., Edinburgh and Berlin. To help fund this event, they've started a Kickstarter campaign.

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