The Street Art Chalet is Feed Hot Dog Co.’s home between Saturday 18th 2017 and Tuesday 2nd January 2018, as we take up a residency at SKATE Portsmouth’s ice rink in Guildhall Square (Portsmouth) and sling our life-saving gourmet hot dogs.
Portsmouth-based street artists Goya Torres and Fark each painted one of the walls forming the wooden chalet structure. In the New Year, each mural will be cut into six pieces, creating 12 smaller pieces of art. We’re raffling off each of the 12 smaller pieces, so the winners can own a piece of life-saving street art. All proceeds will go to programs treating malnutrition in Aden, in Yemen.
Here’s Goya working on her mural:
And here’s Fark working on his:
Street Art Chalet is an extended realization of Feed Hot Dog Co.’s efforts to ship life-saving packets of Plumpy’Nut nutrient paste to underprivileged parts of the world. Currently, we fund the shipment of one packet for every hot dog we sell. Being able to work with local street artists to do the same with our event infrastructure is an absolute dream.
Every £1 donations = one raffle ticket. 12 names will be randomly selected at the end of the fundraiser, and artworks will be randomly given to each successful entrant.
The Just Giving page for Street Art Chalet is live! Click here to donate and enter the raffle.