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Wichi/H20 Photos Now On Sale at Artslant

What is Wichi/H20?

We take your recycled cameras and put them in the hands of the children of Hickmann, a small indigenous village in NW Argentina. The kids take photos, have fun, and then we sell their photos to support the village.

Hickmann is a tough place. They have no electricity, no running water and often food is scarce. Every winter, many die of malnutrition. All profits from the photos you buy go directly to provide food, water, clothing and education for the children of the village and their families.

Now you can purchase photos taken by the children of the Wichi Village.

We’ve gone through thousands of images taken by the children of Hickmann, a small indigenous village in NW Argentina, and chosen the best of the best to include in the gallery. Artslant allows you to choose the size of photo you want, then they’ll print a museum quality image and have it sent directly to you. You can pay by credit card or by Paypal and it includes options to have a framed or canvas print.

All profits go directly toward building a community garden and developing clean drinking water for the village.

For more information on Wichi/H20 and the other work we do, check out our current projects.