As a commitment to diversity and openness in Munich, Martin et Karczinski is launching an extraordinary campaign. Under the motto ›Mir san mehr!‹ [We are More in Bavarian dialect], the ›Open Kindl‹ [Bavarian dialect for ‘Open Child’ - the young monk figure that features on Munich's coat of arms] communicates how enriching all the world religions and lifestyles are for our city. It was developed from the city’s coat of arms and is available as an ›Open Kindl Kit‹ on the websites openkindl.de and metk.de/openkindl.
The set includes posters, postcards, stickers, a stamp, stencil pattern, pencil, rucksack, patch, pin badge, coaster and key-ring. Revenue from the initiative will go to Munich’s SchlaU school which, by educating young refugees, promotes integration and coexistence between different religions and cultures.