“Color Movement” continues in Turkey with Marshall
AkzoNobel Marshall is proud to continue the “Colour Movement” which was started from Istanbul in 2010 and followed up with various standout Let’s Colour projects.
AkzoNobel’s global “Let’s Colour” program continues to transform Rio’s favelas
In Santa Marta, one of the city’s largest favelas, the company recently unveiled a 15-meter mural created by famous Brazilian artist Paulo Consentino and local artist Swell. At the same time, the program’s ambassador – three-time French Open tennis champion Gustavo Kuerten – announced the #pintouRio450 campaign, inviting 450 local volunteers to paint as many houses as possible in their community by August 2015.
Dulux Adds Colour, joy and warmth to Mother touch Academy on Mandela Day 2014
Dulux employees volunteer their time to paint and add colour to the Mother Touch Academy and Daycare Centre in the spirit of Mandela Day 2014.
Tudo de cor para Fortaleza
The Igreja Matriz is considered one of the most traditional buildings in the city. It's also one of the oldest buildings, built over 112 years ago. It has hosted most of the baptisms and wedding ceremonies of Fortaleza. It represents a daily meeting point of faith, brotherhood and harmony. Nossa Senhora do Patrocínio is known throughout the State for attending all the requests from its devotees. Due to it's central location, around 5,000 people pass by the church every year.
Tudo de cor para Belo Horizonte
The project involved painting of the viaduct and the 2-kilometer long wall located on Andradas Avenue in Esplanada. The purpose was to make the environment more beautiful and pleasant, allowing the community to claim ownership of the work and thus conserve it. The space will also receive information about safety, promoting a better harmony between the community and the railway line.
Renewing schools across the UK
Up there with those who engage most with the transformational power of colour, children are near the top of this list. 30 schools were chosen this year out of over 100 applicants to bring colour to their hallways, display proud murals and invigorate their learning environments as part of the Let's Colour Project UK.