In the last few months, each of us has probably thought about what contribution he or she can make against the war and the suffering and for the people affected by the war in Ukraine. This thought also preoccupied the airbrush manufacturer Harder & Steenbeck, which, as an international company, also works with dealers and artists in Ukraine. Together with the Ukrainian artist Angela Dmitrenko, Harder & Steenbeck has now launched two airbrushes which are sold for the benefit of the Ohmatdyt Children’s Hospital in Kiev. The hospital treats children having cancer and being transplant patients. Due to their illness and the necessary treatment, they cannot be taken to a safer place. Angela Dmitrenko has already painted many walls in this hospital to bring a little colour and hope into the difficult everyday life of the children.
The two airbrushes, called Kyiv Infinity Light and Kyiv Infinity Dark, are each an Infinity airbrush with a 0.2 mm Fineline nozzle set and a 2 ml paint cup. The body is made of light aluminium and bears the design of Angela Dmitrenko: a pair of golden wings as a sign of hope, elegantly stretching over the airbrush body.
Find out more about the Kyiv Infinity airbrush in the latest Airbrush Step by Step issue No. 65, 04/22E, or at the Harder & Steenbeck website at www.harder-help-ukraine.de