Little dudes in the Press!
June 2014: Featured by the hip ligastudios.com with a large german article!
June 2014: Also in French, by the French guide to Berlin, Poche.
June 2014: Thanks Art Connect for featuring Little dudes again, in the top weekend tips!
June 2014: Art Berlin thought it was worth selecting for their top weekend tips – yay!
Little dudes made it into Grazia magazine Croatia, in the Be4Trend selection
Little dudes made it into ART Berlin´s top tips for the weekend!
Little dudes had a 20 minute interview on FluxFM! Berlin´s favourite Alternative Radio station with millions of listeners and over 70,000 facebook fans.
Berlin Art Parasites also selected the Little dudes exhibition as a top recommendation in their weekend review.
The great muxmäuschenwild MAGAZIN (email mag), with 100.000 subscribers!
Little dude´s featured in the Berlin´s greatest daily newsletter of art & culture: sugarhigh.de, with 31,000 subscribers.
The globally established ArtSlantStreet website also thought Little dudes was worth shouting about!
Little dudes went out in Art Connect Berlin´s weekly newsletter, with more than 6000 readers.
Through October, Little dudes featured on betahaus Berlin´s home page.
Mogli Oak Berlin also chose Little dudes to appear in their weekend round up.
The great UK creative site inkygoodness, showcasing emerging talent, also wrote about LIttle dudes!
Cale-magazine were great supporters of the Little dudes project. They published 2 great articles and have 26.000 unique visitors/month.
We were thrilled when IFAW posted about the project, to all their 315K fans! They also attended the exhibition and bought “Dudofant” in the auction!
Action Against Hunger also posted about the project to their 24,000+ fans!
We were very happy to see that the great Pictoplasma loved and shared the Little dudes project.
Streetwear brand Ayecon wrote a nice post about making a little dude.
A beautifully written post by Marie J Burrows.
We feature on the home page of Cale Magazine! Yay!
Follow as one of the talented artists, Lurdes Boralho of esquilohandmade, will document her progress on the little dude: