Art is one of the best ways to support children. So, we are very happy about the international attention about our social art project Light a Light for a Child. Children from all over the world send us their black & white draws, their painted ideas for a children’s better world. We transform all these beautiful works of art into shimmering lanterns. This was followed by many travelling exhibitions – the Journey of Lights – in different countries, accompanied by children’s festivals, workshops and concerts. Only a pen and a sheet of paper: It does not need more to participate!
Dear artists, designers, graphic designers, illustrators: take part! Create your very personal design on a sheet of paper and we will make it shine on our Journey of Lights. All participants start on an equal basis and therefore they are given a blank sheet (DIN A 4 / horizontal). Black and white or colourful life: All is permitted that pleases! Please scan your draft with a resolution of 300 dpi, so the quality will be good enough to be printed and send it by email
Please Join our team of artists!
Present your artistic donations in the Paperlights Design Store and become an active sponsor of our children’s art project! Paperlights Design presents your works in an excellent way: as fine printed art work, post card or light objects. Always granting best quality and accompanied by your biography and works of art in the Kunstraum. It is understood that all rights of your work of art remain with you.
How does it work?
One design is one donate to support the children’s projects and also the ticket to the entrance in the Kunstraum. If you want to participate with more designs, Paperlights Design offers you to participate with 30% from the sale of your works of art.
Your Show Room – Your Kunstraum!
We offer an own free page on Paperlights Design Store, designed according to your wishes and constantly updated. Use it as your own personal and professional exhibition space. We do not participate in any selling of your presented works of art. Use it as your personal online gallery! Present your works of art and contacts to your web presence!
We want that our Journey of Lights grows! And we want more: 2017, thanks to the international feedback, we expanded our project in cooperation with the NGO Children of Africa, to support the establishment of the Makuti children’s Home project in southeast of Kenya.
30% of the proceeds will be used for the children’s project. We are looking forward to welcome you!
Please feel free to contact us!
T H A N K S F O R YOUR ARTISTIC C O O P E R A T I ON :
Antonio Fernandez Hídalgo (Spain), Bernard Bieling (Germany), Bianka Maria Rosenau (Germany), Carlo Buergi (Switzerland), Chrystelle Marie (France), Claudia Jäggi (Switzerland), Claudia Maschek (Germany), Dawn Weldon Ward (Japan), Denise Busch (Germany), Dorothée von der Osten (Germany), Dwane Charlou-Jahn (USA), Engi Engelart (Spain), Ester Tenedor Solsona (Spain), Elena Plötz (Germany), Gerlinde Neumann (Germany), Gosia Rybka (Polen), Hasan Hüseyin Deveci (Kurdistan), Herbert De Miranda (South Africa), Irina Christiani (Germany), Irina Serban (Rumania), Jessica Brubaker (USA), Johnny ESJ.Otilano (Philippines), José Gerson (Switzerland), Juan Petry (Spain), Juanjo Viñuela (Spain), Katharina Schutza (Germany), Keely O’Conner (USA), Kerstin Leicher (Germany), Laura Rueda (Catalonia), Laura Tova (Spain), Linda Schutza (Spain), Lluis Sarsanedas (Spain), Lola Ventós (Spain), Little Fish Illustration (Polen), Malmime (Kurdistan), Manfred Jüngling (Spain), Manolo Poison (Spain), Marta Arañó (Spain), Martin Schwartengräber (Germany), Martina Unterharnscheidt (Germany), Michelle Sleigh (Great Britain), Milena Matic (USA), Monika Grygier (Polen), Nicole Bartel (Germany), Nahla Brehme (Germany), Patricia Theile (Germany), Rodi Kahlil (Germany), Roberta Masciarelli (USA), Rolf Kutschera (Germany), Rosa Benavides (Spain), Schierin Ruland (Germany), Silvia Erdinger (Austria) Sonia Eva Domenech (Spain), Song River (USA), Sunrise Welward (Japan), Tatjana Sougakova (USA), Toni Vilà (Catalonia), Toko Okuda (Japan), Weissfeder (Switzerland), Xavi Mallol (Spain).