With all the tragic happenings around the world, Green Art Asia invites you to join hand and hand and Make A Change with the a meaningful project that promotes Peace and Love.
The Non-Violence Project, founded in 1993 by Jan Hellman and Rolf Skjöldebrand. The mission is to inspire, engage and motivate the youth to understand how to solve conflicts without resorting to violence.
The Knotted Gun is its official symbol, which has become one of the world’s most recognized symbols for peace. It was designed by Swedish artist Carl Fredrik Reuterswärd in 1980, as a tribute to John Lennon. The Knotted Gun is the world’s most recognised symbol for peace, which was a tribute to the shooting death of John Lennon. It was created by Swedish artist Carl Fredrik Reuterswärd in the 1980’s.
A Little Contribution Makes A Big Help… The children of the world need you now
When you buy a Knotted Gun, you become a PEACE AMBASSADOR and have made a significant donation to the Non-Violence Foundation to stem youth violence and increase awareness through education programs around the world. NVP has educated 5 million students, teachers, and sports coaches with programs covering three main subjects: conflict management, self-esteem building, and non-violence.
Green Art Asia is the exclusive distributor and seller of the Knotted Gun sculptures in Hong Kong.
Poly Resin sculptures
19 cm, HKD 3,888 each, Limited Edition 299 – 499
100 cm, HKD 68,800 each, Limited Edition 29
32 cm, Limited Edition
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The Knotted Gun sculpture in Bronze was originally released by Carl Frederik Reutersward in memory of John Lennon’s 30th commemoration, and was featured in historical locations globally.
Artistically designed by renowned global ambassadors and local heroes, Muhammad Ali (USA), Yoko Ono (USA), Ringo Starr (UK), Paul Mccartney (UK), Lionel Messi (Argentina), etc., these colorful art sculptures are then exhibited at various events around the world in order to increase public awareness about the educational message and ambitions.
Initially, the sculpture was placed in the Strawberry Fields memorial in Central Park, NYC, across the street from where John Lennon and Yoko Ono lived. It was given to the UN by the government of Luxembourg in 1988. Since the original bronze sculpture was placed outside the UN headquarters in 1988, replica sculptures have been placed in more than 30 prestigious sites on five continents, such as the Beijing Peace Park, World War 2 Museum, EU Commission, Olympic Museum Switzerland, and more.
“Imagine all the people living life in peace
You may say that I’m a dreamer
But I am not the only one
I hope someday you’ll join us
And the world will live as one…” John Lennon