TOYMANIFESTO was born from the desire to TRANSFORM. Adapting the traditional time of oil painting to the emergency time to achieve the proposed goals, the artist crosses techniques and borders between real and imaginary, giving life to characters who are inspired by stories, records and reports she receives from native communities. From the supply of drinking water in the Fulni-ô village to the construction of a school in the Kamaiurá village, manifestos have already been made, here art is shared with everyone, to raise awareness and transform. 10% of the canvases and 3% of the prints are donated to indigenous and environmental causes via responsible organizations. Juliana Helcer is a multimedia artist, photographer and fascinated by biodiversity, ethnicities and Brazilian culture. Training at Faap in São Paulo, and EAV - Escola de Artes Visuais do Parque Lage in Rio de Janeiro; where he also participated in exhibitions.