The Low Bros just came back from Art Basel Miami, where they left two walls. One was painted at the Juxtapoz Clubhouse, the other at the Electric Pickle, a nightclub in Wynwood.
The Millerntor Gallery came to life in 2011 as an art festival inside the stadium of the legendary football club FC Sankt Pauli. Growing rapidly it has already become a global cultural movement that blends individual creative energies into one collective force to change the world for the better. More than 1000 artists have contributed their talents, crafts and works for countless Millerntor Gallery art projects in many different countries.
Their mantra is “art creates water” – the revenues from art sales and donations flow into water projects by Viva con Agua de Sankt Pauli – a non profit organization from Hamburg, Germany that helped to provide clean water for more than two million people in Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, India, Nepal and Cuba.
Viva con Agua is an open network – more than 10.000 volunteers contribute their time and creative potential to one collective vision: ALL FOR WATER – WATER FOR ALL!
There are still more than 600 million people with no access to clean water around the world – still much to accomplish.
Photo Noah Felk
Photos are taken by Halopigg and Noah Felk.