Elsa Jeandedieu at Hong Kong

Happy Stories
March 11, 2021// Reading time : 5 mn
Hong Kong project
Mural by the artist Elsa Jeandedieu at Hong Kong. Photo : Elsa Jeandedieu
Artwork of the artist Elsa Jeandedieu in the streets of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR – Source: Elsa Jeandedieu Studio
Making people happy makes people happy
The joy is shared, as Elsa Jeandedieu confirms: “I believe that it is intrinsic to the work of an artist to create to give, to create to share and to receive an emotion in return. It is important to me to create and give my time to charity in HK. The emotions I receive in return are the fuel for my creativity”.

This simple virtuous loop is an inherent part of DRIP’IN’s social commitment: we believe that art is a simple, easy and inexpensive way to positively impact the community. This seemingly modest contribution is actually a daily sunny inspiration in dark worlds.

 

 

#shareasmilehk is growing
The #shareasmilehk art project is indeed gaining momentum. Supporting the charity cause, the two artists are sticking smiles made in Elsa’s studio on the walls of HK. Their wish is to spread as many positive vibes as possible and reach as many people as possible. The smiles are now displayed in many parts of HK, and are undeniably a source of inspiration in the daily life of Hongkongese.

DRIP'IN is inspired by Elsa jeandedieu and her smilling portraits
Hong Kong project #shareasmilehk by Elsa Jeandedieu
Artwork of the artist Elsa Jeandedieu in the streets of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR – Source: Elsa Jeandedieu Studio
DRIP’IN commits to the “happiest” stories
DRIP’IN is committed to publishing each artist’s “Happy Story”, with the 3 most positive stories being determined by their number of likes.

The winner will receive a free steel lithograph of their work, and the next 2 winners will receive a free museum quality giclee print of their work.

 

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