Bombing, lack of food and constant threat — this is the reality Ukrainian children now face. After russia launched a full-scale war against Ukraine.

Russia bombs civilians, nurseries and orphanages, residential homes, and infrastructure. There is a huge humanitarian crisis and loses. Many children were injured and killed.
Children don't belong
in bomb shelters
What is Art Under Artillety?
At Art under Artillery, we translate the evidence of russian Aggression into NFTs to crowdfund for the Ukrainian Crypto Fund.
The project has two dimensions:

Fundraising — by means of NFT and in the future other instruments we fundraise to support Ukraine. All the funds go to the verified Ukrainian government crypto wallet.

Informational & social — we raise awareness among the international community by cataloging the impressions of war created by Ukrainian kids. We focus on the very specific aspect of the war crimes against the civilians, namely crimes against children.
Collection
The collection is created by Ukrainian children of different age from all around Ukraine
The Ghost of Kyiv
@Olexandr, 11 years old
Peace dove
@Nikita, 10 years old
We trust our soldiers
@Sashko, 15 years old
In the bomb shelter
@Alina, 12 years old
Ukraine, be strong
@Oleksandra, 14 years old
Life will win over death, and light...
@Kvitoslava, 13 years old
Untitled Artwork
@Ksysha, 13 years old
The heart of Ukraine
@Anna, 17 years old
Where the money will go?
The money will be directly transferred to the official cryptocurrency donations wallet of the Ukrainian government. You can make a direct donation as well.
You can always help by direct donation.
What is going on
Russia, under the Putin regime, has caused a full-scale humanitarian crisis in the peaceful and democratic Ukraine!

On February 24 Putin has just launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine. Since then, peaceful Ukrainian cities and civilians, including children, are under constant strikes!

After days of intense clashes across major Ukrainian cities, the number of civilian casualties and damage to critical infrastructure are growing, triggering severe humanitarian consequences. The ongoing hostilities also continue to disrupt local supply chains and access to food and medical care.

The people of Ukraine are facing unprecedented humanitarian crisis caused by the Russian military aggression. The occupants are targeting civilians and civilian objects, committing brutal war crimes! Millions of Ukrainians take refuge in the bomb shelters, waiting out airstrikes and military action in the streets…

As of the morning of February 28,
at least, 2040 civilian casualties have been confirmed,
including 45 children.

At least 352 people were killed, including 16 children, according to the Ministry of Health of Ukraine.

The actual figure could be considerably higher, as many reported casualties have yet to be confirmed.

Russian military targeted an orphanage building with 50 children inside in Vorzel city (near Kyiv). A residential block and kindergarten in Okhtyrka (Sumy region) were attacked, resulting in severely injured civilians, including children. The list goes on…
Where to learn more about the war in Ukraine