New John Dyer Art Products support work in Peru to reduce Poverty

Published on 10/1/2010

John Dyer traveled to Peru to paint the potato harvest as part of the United Nations year of the Potato working with CIP, International Potato Center.

The International Center for the Biodiversity of the Potato in Lima, Peru have launched a new range of potato inspired gifts.

The items are available exclusively to the scientists working in Lima.

CIP have now made available a range of products using the paintings that are sold in support of their work in Peru to reduce poverty and achieve food security. The new items include art mugs and art mouse mats. The new pieces are being sold online by CIP to raise money for their community projects high in the Andes with potato farmers and families.

Mugs and Mouse Mats are available to order online.

About CIP