New York Times Exclusive: Artist Vik Muniz collaborates with Paper Cranes for Japan

New York Times Exclusive: Artist Vik Muniz collaborates with Paper Cranes for Japan

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Aug 20, 2011
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Two million cranes and 38 countries later we are excited to announce our new artist collaboration - Vik Muniz. Working with New York City schoolchildren and is studio, Vik has created huge piece out of thousands of cranes from the paper cranes for Japan campaign. You can now buy a limited edition print of this 36 foot by 40 foot work of art, all proceeds will go towards rebuilding education and youth projects in the Tohoku region of Japan. Mr. Muniz' cranework was featured in last weekend's New York Times Magazine!

Learn about how the piece was created

Interview with Vik Muniz about his art

LIMITED EDITION ON SALE NOW - ALL PROCEEDS TO TOHOKU RECONSTRUCTION

Latest on our Tohoku projects: http://architectureforhumanity.org/programs/tohoku-earthquake-and-tsunam...

Huge thanks to Students Rebuild, Bezos Family Foundation, Vik Muniz, Do Something, the Young Global Leaders, all our donors... ...and of course the thousands of kids from 50 states and 38 countries who folded and sent in millions of cranes!