French artist Goin recently painted a new mural in Grenoble, France, for the Grenoble Street Art Festival. He also launched a print for the World Refugee Day. 50% of all sales will be donated to help the MOAS (Migrant Offshore Aid Station).

About The Mural

Entitled “Lady Refugee”, this mural is dedicated to the migrants who sail the Mediterranean sea to Europe in insecure boats, fleeing their countries devastated either by war or poverty.

The mural depicts a woman with the typical refugee lifejacket and a barbed wire halo over her head. From her hands flies a white dove, which is a symbol of peace.  The work is accompanied by Warsan Shire‘s quote: “No one puts their children in a boat unless the water is safer than the land“.

To help refugees, the artist also realized a print edition of 100, launched for the World Refugee Day and available in his website store at 50% of all sales will be donated to help the MOAS (Migrant Offshore Aid Station) save lives at sea.

About The Artist

Goin is a French street artist who uses art to send social messages. His activism addresses ecological, political and social issues. In the streets he creates paste ups, stencils as well as free hand works. He has also a workshop and creates posters, sculptures. Often he exhibits in galleries.

Goin: website | facebook | instagram

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