9 Amazing Great-Hearted Artists Whose Works Really Make This World a Better Place!

    9 Amazing Great-Hearted Artists Whose Works Really Make This World a Better Place!

    9 Amazing Great-Hearted Artists Whose Works Really Make This World a Better Place!
    Greg
    12:49 PM EST, March 5, 2022, updated: 6:54 PM EST, March 5, 2022

    Sometimes we come across people who are so kind and benign that we have no words to describe it. Is there a way they could share this gift with others? Sometimes their art is the answer as it will always have a wide audience. Meet a few artists whose works move and motivate everyone to be a better person.

    German Crew

    German Crew is a group of 13 street artists who were invited by the authorities of the city of Palmitas to decorate some grey and dirty building walls.

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    The crew had to face a ‘canvas’ of 20,000 square meters. The entire process took 5 months.

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    Thanks to the artists, 209 houses inhabited by 1880 people became as colorful as a rainbow. Bright colors helped to reduce the crime rate which has dropped drastically!

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    #2 Jeff Hanson

    When Jeff was a child, his doctors detected a brain tumor, which resulted in almost complete blindness. While the boy was going through chemotherapy, his mother tried to divert his attention from the trauma of the treatment to… art.

    © jeffhansonart/Instagram
    © jeffhansonart/Instagram

    As a result, Jeff is a very popular artist these days. In spite of the fact that he can only differentiate between colors and shapes of really large object.

    © jeffhansonart/Instagram
    © jeffhansonart/Instagram

    Hanson came up with his own technique and became famous at the age of 21. Today his works cost approximately $4,000 and are parts of collections belonging to for example Warren Buffet or Elton John.

    © jeffhansonart/Instagram
    © jeffhansonart/Instagram

    When Jeff was 19, he promised to donate the first million he would earn to a charity. Today, the artists supports over 100 organizations aiming at fighting cancer.

    © jeffhansonart/Instagram
    © jeffhansonart/Instagram

    #3 Martina Billi

    Martina Billi is a young artist from Italy. At the moment she is a freelance illustrator working in Madrid, Florence and Barcelona. Her inspiration is nature – that is why most of her works show animals.

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    © martinabilli_illustration/Instagram

    The artist does not like using canvas or paper. Her works are drawn on recycled wooden boards that she often finds in garbage. Love, kindness and nature are all integral part of her art.

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    © martinabilli_illustration/Instagram

    #4 Patrick Commecy

    Patrick Commecy with his team create realistic graffiti on walls of buildings.

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    © indiadesignid/Instagram

    The French team wants the world to be a nicer and better place to live. They don’t wait for others to start doing something about it – they do their best to make it happen now. The way the use their pains and brushes to decorate houses is absolutely stunning.

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    © kamna.malik/Instagram

    #5 Roberto Mamani Mamani

    Roberto Mamani Mamani is a Bolivian artist whose works stem from his homeland traditions and symbols of the Aymara people.

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    © Mamani Mamani/Facebook

    The artists says that his grandmother would always encourage him to paint and constantly reminded him how important it is to remember one’s roots. That is why the artist decided to revive the culture of the people living in the Ands.

    © Mamani Mamani/Facebook
    © Mamani Mamani/Facebook

    The artist paints on building erected by the state to offer shelter for the poorest. The design was created on the altitude of 4,000 meters above the sea level, which makes it an outstanding result.

    #6 Agnes Kasparkova

    Agnes Kasparkova is a Czech artist who continued to create until she died in 2018 at the age of 91.

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    One day she decided to change her home village of Louka into a breathtaking place. For over 40 years, every single spring and every single summer she painted flowery patterns of the houses of the locals.

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    She wanted to give this place a bit of her national feeling. Her drawings are admired both by locals and all visitors there.

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    The woman became a celebrity. Her favorite objects were small chapels that look so wonderful in white and blue

    #7 Jan Vormann and Lego Dispatchwork

    So many of us hates living in dark and monotonous towns and cities. Jan Vormann, a German artist, is trying to change it.

    ©Виктор Бондар/Facebook
    ©Виктор Бондар/Facebook

    One day he realized that Lego blocks and figures in fact represented nothing but everyday life – houses, cars, offices, etc. that is why he decided to use these colorful pieces to invigorate some urban space.

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    ©LEGO Világa/Facebook

    He created a project called Dispatchwork – the artists travels all over the world and decorates buildings using Lego blocks.

    #8 Tyree Guyton

    In 1986 Tyree Guyton came back to his home town of Heideberg to see that the streets where he grew up are neglected, shabby and poor.

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    © The Heidelberg Project/Facebook

    After a conversation with his grandfather he decided to do something to improve the life quality and there and prevent crime using his brush only.

    © The Heidelberg Project/Facebook
    © The Heidelberg Project/Facebook

    His project comprises painting, sculpture and installations. Abandoned houses, rusty cars, old TVs, refrigerators and hoovers, all painted bright colors, make up certain compositions.

    Heidelberg became a tourist attraction and Tyree Guyton has received a few international awards

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    © The Heidelberg Project/Facebook

    #9 Proud street cars

    ‘Proud street cars’ is a project initiated by the authorities of the city of Gothenburg in which young artists repainted old iconic street cars.

    © Freunde des Münchner Trambahnmuseums e.V./Facebook
    © Freunde des Münchner Trambahnmuseums e.V./Facebook

    They used the colors of the rainbow and each car was painted in a different style. Every day during the EuroPride the citizens of Gothenburg could see ‘the mobile rainbow’ whenever the cars would travel across the city.

    © Freunde des Münchner Trambahnmuseums e.V./Facebook
    © Freunde des Münchner Trambahnmuseums e.V./Facebook

    Which works of art impressed you the most here?

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