The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has put together an art exhibit titled 'Art of Saving a Life,' in order to shed light on the promises of immunization. Zim & Zou, a creative studio based in Nancy, France, has created a series of needles and syringes made out of pastel papers to shows what exactly they give children. The designers writes, "The colourful paper is playful, full of joy and life - a direct link with a child’s universe."
The Art of Saving a Life exhibit also features work from world-renowned photographers, painters, sculptors, writers, filmmakers and musicians to help tell the "stories of risk and bravery, the passion and dedication of scientists, the love of parents, and the determination of health workers." This is an interesting route that makes the cause easy to take in.