Your donation will go directly to the purchase of art supplies, books and education for the children in the Isithumba Village in South Africa.
The Indigo Youth Movement is a non-profit organization that provides an educational after-school feeding program and organic garden to the village of Isithumba in South Africa. The Indigo Youth Movement is run in conjunction with the Indigo Skate Camp and is sponsored by The Laureus Sport for Good Foundation.
In a very special fundraising effort, Indigo Youth Movement founder Dallas Oberholzer has joined forces with award-winning artist Miya Ando to raise money to purchase much needed art supplies, books and educational materials for the children of Isithumba.
Known for creating meditative works on steel, Miya Ando has donated a series of prints on aluminum. Her only limited edition work created in 2009, every piece is signed and numbered. Only 50 prints of each size will be created. 100% of all sales of this edition go towards purchasing school supplies for the children at Indigo Skate Camp.
We sincerely thank you for your contribution to this project.
Dallas Oberholzer and Miya Ando are Element Advocates. This project is generously sponsored by Element.
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Limited Edition, Signed and numbered Micro-Print (2" x 2") on Aluminum, Certificate of Authenticity.
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Limited Edition, Signed and numbered Full-Size Print (12" x 12") on Aluminum, Certificate of Authenticity.