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Street Art Transforms Slums In Brazil

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Published on Aug 21, 2013

Street Art Transforms Slums In Brazil

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THE slums of Brazil are notorious for crime, poverty and generally being rundown. But two artists are helping transform these areas - with a lick of paint. Jeroen Koolhaas and Dre Urhahn are the driving force behind the 'Favela Painting' project. And with the World Cup and Olympics both on the horizon, they believe this could be the perfect cost-effective initiative to improve the image of Rio's slums - where one in five of the population live. Their latest Brazilian project in Rio de Janeiro's Santa Marta favela involved more than 20 youths.  

Videographer / Director: Favela Painting
Producer: John Balson
Editor: Ian Philips

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