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    Favela Painting, Rio De Janeiro - unurth | street art #brazil #streetart #rio

  • Jessica Peltz

    Favela Painting Project in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. This public artwork project began in 2010 as a collaboration between Dutch artists Jeroen Koolhaas and Dre Urhahn of Haas&Hahn and a local team in Rio de Janeiro’s Santa Marta favela, a Brazilian slum or shantytown. Since then, Haas&Hahn have spread their movement across the world, transforming a dilapidated area in North Philadelphia and working with communities in Curaçao and elsewhere to alter depressed public spaces in ways that attract positive attention and economic impulses. Photo courtesy of Haas&Hahn.

  • Anne Caraire

    This project is a collaboration of Favela Painting & Let's Color Project; it turned 34 houses (7,000 sq meters) of hillside favela into a huge community art project. For the month of painting, community members 'received an education as well as a paycheck'. The goal is to raise enough money to paint the entire hillside. Artists: Jeroen Koolhaas + Dre Urhahn, Favela Painting Location: Santa Marta, Rio de Janeiro

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