-When only a few lines mean a lot: Brazilian children create silkscreen posters.
ARTHELPS showed a limited edition of handmade posters during the “Lange Nacht der Museen 2015” at the art gallery ROFEKU.
Art doesn’t always need a big pot of paint, large brushes or huge canvases. You can make wonderful creations with just a simple ruler, a pencil and a piece of paper. With the project printout the children from the favela „Morro do Papagaio“ (Belo Horizonte/Brazil) proved that a very minimalistic style can also mean maximum creativity.
The handmade, unique pieces of art were for sale at the art gallery ROFEKU during the “Lange Nacht der Museen”. The money raised was used to support new projects in the favela.
PROJECT LOCATIONBelo Horizonte / Brazil
PROJECT MANAGERSAnita Evtuch Judith Hummer Thomas Lupo
PROJECT TEAMMartin Krieger Anastasia Taioglou Melanie Hörnlen Johannes Hörnlen Aleks Kranc Julia Marie Werner Darius Morawiec Helena Valasaki Rosi Cap George Cap Daniela Matthies Björn Matthies Hervé Hartmann Michael Morgenbesser