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Art for Peace

At this year’s iteration of Affordable Art Fair New York, the fair’s partner, the Non-Violence Project, will be exhibiting and selling a limited edition series of Knotted Gun sculptures which will go towards benefiting the organization's programs. Now you’ve got the chance to get a discounted ticket and partake in the quest of making this world a better place.


Recycled Weapons Become a Sculpture for Peace

Exclusive limited editions of the iconic ‘Non-Violence’ knotted gun are now available as a collector’s object on the Non-Violence Art Project website. Next month, the Non-Violence Project is also presenting a version of the work signed by the Dalai Lama at Sotheby’s.


30 year anniversary for famous peace symbol

Few symbols are as well known as the knotted gun sculpture 'Non-Violence'. Originally created in memory of John Lennon by swedish artist Carl Fredrik Reuterswärd, the work was installed outside of the UN Headquarters in New York City in 1980. Thirty years later it has become a universal symbol for peace.