...and support worthwhile causes in Israel, Russia, India and the USA
Allow us to introduce our new project partners to you: Lensational, Tibet Charity Denmark, Runners Without Borders and A21.
As has always been our motto, we keep on diversifying the causes as well as the locations of our humanitarian and development projects as much as possible, so that we can reach marginalized people of all backgrounds and in all parts of the world. Lately, we’ve partnered up with quite a few new project partners who do amazing work in places as diverse as India, the USA, Israel and Russia. Please give a warm welcome to…
You live in them. You cross them. You climb up and down or on them. You look out of them. You walk through them. However, houses, bridges, stairs, windows and doors can be much more than just objects of everyday use. The genre of architectural photography offers so much, which makes the hearts of those beat faster, who love clear lines and refined picture composition. Often parallels to the abstract are recognizable – and in a minimalist manner, simplicity becomes art.
Architecture photography by Martin Schmidt: SPIRALE #2
Our wall art, calendars and vintage frames make for perfect Christmas presents
Ho ho ho! Is that you, Santa? Might as well be. It’s almost Christmas time again and we would like to inspire you to get your loved ones beautiful and meaningful presents this year, all at the same time: whenever you purchase our one of a kind wall art, photo calendars or postcard sets, Photocircle and its artists each donate to a humanitarian or development project somewhere in the world. Buy once, give twice.
To make it a bit easier for you not to postpone your Christmas shopping until the very last hours again, our early bird special saves you 15% on all our products till December 20th. Just use the voucher code JOLLY15 during checkout.
The Berliners are unfriendly and inconsiderate, gruff and self-opinionated, Berlin is repulsive, loud, dirty and grey, construction works and blocked streets wherever you go. But I feel sorry for those who can’t live here.
An update on our project with the Barefoot College
A while ago, we funded our project with the Barefoot College in Rajasthan. So we thought we’d give you a little update on what happened with the money we donated to India:
The futures of children, who work at a young age, is mapped out from the beginning: working as a child, accepting smaller jobs later, and barely being able to provide for the family as an adult. Thus, poverty carries on from generation to generation. In the Solar Bridge School, children, who work during the day, benefit from a basic education – as they study in the evening, by the light of solar lanterns. The schools are located directly in the villages where the children live and work.