Colorful Leica cameras for a good cause

Dortmund’s primary school children Small Kielstrasse and Diesterweg Primary School have left to the initiative of children’s laughter eV unleash their creativity. You have Pappvarianten the Leica M rangefinder camera according to their own ideas painted and decorated. The result: 140 small works of art that are currently issuing the Leica Camera AG Leitz Wetzlar Park. In return for the colorful unique Leica Camera supports non-profit organization and has made two unique cameras in the children’s laughter design available. The cameras, a Leica M (type 240) and a Leica ME were designed by the Munich artist Helmut Lutter true to the created by the third and fourth graders Nesrin and René motifs from two Pappkameras.

Markus Limberger, as a member of the Board of Leica Camera AG also responsible for the production and Gerhard Bayer, CEO of CW Special Optik GmbH, the two colorful cameras presented once before on the big kids laugh Gala on November 29, 2014 in Dortmund Westfalen Halle , The individual pieces will be auctioned in the coming weeks for a good cause. The auction proceeds will go to 100 percent benefit of the projects of the charitable children’s laughter eV.

Comedian and presenter, singer and actor Matze Knop had made as children laugh Ambassador together with the artist Helmut Lutter previously in Leitz Wetzlar Park personally by the colorful camera exhibition and the quality of the children’s laughter cameras an image. Production Director Markus Limberger was impressed by the variety of painted Pappkameras: “The imagination of the children is great! The selection of subjects for our two Leica cameras fell really hard at this bandwidth imaginative designs. The more I am me, when at the auction of these unique pieces as possible large sums of money for a good cause can be achieved. ”

The 140 Pappkameras Dortmund elementary school students are still visible in the exciting world of Leica Camera AG Leitz Wetzlar Park until the end of January 2015. The opening times of the Leica experience range and the Leica Gallery (in the Leitz-Park 5, 35578 Wetzlar) are available from Monday to Friday from 10 to 20 clock and Saturdays and Sundays from 10 to 18 clock. Admission is free. (Google translation)

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