Kindness cannot be seen but can be felt. Sometimes kindness is hidden behind simple actions such as a compliment, a confession, or a gentle look. And there are many people in the world who are diligently giving away their kindness, without receiving any gratitude.
- Germen Crew
A group of 13 street painters called Greman Crew are invited by the Palmitas city government to repaint the city’s dirty walls. The group had to redraw a “painting” of up to 20,000 square meters.
The whole job took 5 months to complete, but the results were amazing. 209 houses, inhabited by 1,808 people, were painted in rainbow colors. People appreciate this job. But more importantly, the city’s beautiful colors have greatly reduced crime rates here.
2. Patrick Commecy
French artist Patrick Commecy and his team decided to paint on the walls of the building. When they discovered an ugly surface, they used their own paints, brushes and turned the streets into galleries and the walls became brightly colored works. Commecy likes to draw optical illusion effects. So the houses have lots of lovely windows and balconies.
Jeff Hanson was just a child when he discovered a brain tumor that made him almost blind. When Jeff paid for chemotherapy, his mother helped him become acquainted with art. That’s how Jeff became an artist. Although he could only distinguish the lines and colors of large objects, he still discovered his own drawing method. When Jeff was 21, he became a famous painter. The price of a picture of him is about $ 4,000 and appears in the collections of Warren Buffett and Elton John.
At the age of 19, Jeff promised himself that he would contribute $1 million to charity at the age of 20. And he did it. Jeff continues to raise money for more than 100 charities. All of these organizations are aimed at helping children with cancer.
4. Martina Billi
Martina Billy is a young painter in Italy. She studied Fine Arts at the Florentine Academy. Nature is the biggest source of inspiration for Martina’s works and the main character in her paintings is often animal.
Martina does not use canvas or paper to paint but reuse used or discarded wood panels for its writing. Love, kindness and nature blended in her paintings.