The Superhero Project

Apr 25th, 2022

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10min read

Empower Children With YOUR Art!

Have you ever wondered if your art can have a huge impact on someone’s life? Well, it CAN!

In Magma we believe that drawing is much more than just a fun hobby. It’s about giving people the tools and possibilities to enhance their lives - whether that be through getting lost in the act of drawing, connecting with friends, or just having the possibility to admire and witness something extraordinary. Art can be used as a tool to express your thoughts, feelings and ideas, your hopes and fears, your visions and dreams.

Art does amazing things, and that’s why we’re partnering with The Superhero Project. Our collaboration will provide youth impacted by serious illnesses, disabilities and trauma with feelings of hope, support and connection. We invite YOU to join our campaign and draw a superhero character for a deserving child. This project enables children to create their own superhero alter ego who takes them away from everyday troubles and helps them feel safe, confident, and powerful.

Learn more about The Superhero Project

The Superhero Project’s mission is to empower children with serious illnesses, disabilities, and complex medical needs by creating personalized superhero posters, which reflect their strength, courage and resilience. They interview each child to discover what’s important to them and how they want to make a difference in the world. The kids and teens then decide what their superhero alter ego looks like and what powers they’ll need to make a positive impact. Parents report that participating in The Superhero Project increases self-esteem and confidence, fosters resilience and inspires hope.

To learn more about The Superhero Project, you can click here!

Superhero alter egos can be especially powerful for young people

Many of us look up to superheroes, and the experience of designing a superhero alter ego can be especially powerful for kids and teens. The current pandemic has made many kids feel more vulnerable than ever before, but they can be empowered by designing a superhero character and thinking about how they can make a difference in the world.

Superheroes are powerful and strong. They can make kids feel strong in a time of vulnerability. The Superhero Project experience is empowering, harnessing imagination as a tool for healing and giving youth a sense of control during a difficult time.

Having a personal superhero also can help kids cope with pain and fear by reminding them of their inner strength and resilience. One young patient explained, “Visualizing myself as physically strong helped me endure the pain I experienced during the hardest days of my cancer treatments. While my real body was consumed by pain, my inner hero remained unstoppable.”

There is a place for superheroes for kids who need them

Did you know that children who have had traumatic experiences often feel isolated? Superheroes can be a source of inspiration for many kids undergoing treatment in a hospital or living with disabilities. If you love drawing superheroes and designing unique characters, this is a great opportunity to share your talent and help a child in need.

Your artwork can make a difference to a child and their family. In addition to benefiting patients’ well-being, superhero play may also provide an outlet for stress and anxiety. The superhero motif is an excellent way to connect with children because they provide role models that are comforting, exciting, and empowering. This simple but powerful idea is not only fun for artists, but it also provides much-needed support for young people at hospitals and elsewhere.

As the designer behind each piece of inspirational artwork sent to young patients, YOU will be empowering children who are facing a serious illness or injury, experiencing a mental health challenge, or living with a physical or developmental disability. Because so much of their carefree childhood has been taken away from them —their school environment, their playtime with friends, their exciting trips and fun weekends with the family, their own room and bed replaced with the hospital one—these heroic crafts remind them that there is still good in the world and that there is something worth fighting for.

What do the parents say?


Empower Children With YOUR Art!

Have you ever wondered if your art can have a huge impact on someone’s life? Well, it CAN!

In Magma we believe that drawing is much more than just a fun hobby. It’s about giving people the tools and possibilities to enhance their lives - whether that be through getting lost in the act of drawing, connecting with friends, or just having the possibility to admire and witness something extraordinary. Art can be used as a tool to express your thoughts, feelings and ideas, your hopes and fears, your visions and dreams.

Art does amazing things, and that’s why we’re partnering with The Superhero Project. Our collaboration will provide youth impacted by serious illnesses, disabilities and trauma with feelings of hope, support and connection. We invite YOU to join our campaign and draw a superhero character for a deserving child. This project enables children to create their own superhero alter ego who takes them away from everyday troubles and helps them feel safe, confident, and powerful.

Learn more about The Superhero Project

The Superhero Project’s mission is to empower children with serious illnesses, disabilities, and complex medical needs by creating personalized superhero posters, which reflect their strength, courage and resilience. They interview each child to discover what’s important to them and how they want to make a difference in the world. The kids and teens then decide what their superhero alter ego looks like and what powers they’ll need to make a positive impact. Parents report that participating in The Superhero Project increases self-esteem and confidence, fosters resilience and inspires hope.

To learn more about The Superhero Project, you can click here!

Superhero alter egos can be especially powerful for young people

Many of us look up to superheroes, and the experience of designing a superhero alter ego can be especially powerful for kids and teens. The current pandemic has made many kids feel more vulnerable than ever before, but they can be empowered by designing a superhero character and thinking about how they can make a difference in the world.

Superheroes are powerful and strong. They can make kids feel strong in a time of vulnerability. The Superhero Project experience is empowering, harnessing imagination as a tool for healing and giving youth a sense of control during a difficult time.

Having a personal superhero also can help kids cope with pain and fear by reminding them of their inner strength and resilience. One young patient explained, “Visualizing myself as physically strong helped me endure the pain I experienced during the hardest days of my cancer treatments. While my real body was consumed by pain, my inner hero remained unstoppable.”

There is a place for superheroes for kids who need them

Did you know that children who have had traumatic experiences often feel isolated? Superheroes can be a source of inspiration for many kids undergoing treatment in a hospital or living with disabilities. If you love drawing superheroes and designing unique characters, this is a great opportunity to share your talent and help a child in need.

Your artwork can make a difference to a child and their family. In addition to benefiting patients’ well-being, superhero play may also provide an outlet for stress and anxiety. The superhero motif is an excellent way to connect with children because they provide role models that are comforting, exciting, and empowering. This simple but powerful idea is not only fun for artists, but it also provides much-needed support for young people at hospitals and elsewhere.

As the designer behind each piece of inspirational artwork sent to young patients, YOU will be empowering children who are facing a serious illness or injury, experiencing a mental health challenge, or living with a physical or developmental disability. Because so much of their carefree childhood has been taken away from them —their school environment, their playtime with friends, their exciting trips and fun weekends with the family, their own room and bed replaced with the hospital one—these heroic crafts remind them that there is still good in the world and that there is something worth fighting for.

What do the parents say?


Empower Children With YOUR Art!

Have you ever wondered if your art can have a huge impact on someone’s life? Well, it CAN!

In Magma we believe that drawing is much more than just a fun hobby. It’s about giving people the tools and possibilities to enhance their lives - whether that be through getting lost in the act of drawing, connecting with friends, or just having the possibility to admire and witness something extraordinary. Art can be used as a tool to express your thoughts, feelings and ideas, your hopes and fears, your visions and dreams.

Art does amazing things, and that’s why we’re partnering with The Superhero Project. Our collaboration will provide youth impacted by serious illnesses, disabilities and trauma with feelings of hope, support and connection. We invite YOU to join our campaign and draw a superhero character for a deserving child. This project enables children to create their own superhero alter ego who takes them away from everyday troubles and helps them feel safe, confident, and powerful.

Learn more about The Superhero Project

The Superhero Project’s mission is to empower children with serious illnesses, disabilities, and complex medical needs by creating personalized superhero posters, which reflect their strength, courage and resilience. They interview each child to discover what’s important to them and how they want to make a difference in the world. The kids and teens then decide what their superhero alter ego looks like and what powers they’ll need to make a positive impact. Parents report that participating in The Superhero Project increases self-esteem and confidence, fosters resilience and inspires hope.

To learn more about The Superhero Project, you can click here!

Superhero alter egos can be especially powerful for young people

Many of us look up to superheroes, and the experience of designing a superhero alter ego can be especially powerful for kids and teens. The current pandemic has made many kids feel more vulnerable than ever before, but they can be empowered by designing a superhero character and thinking about how they can make a difference in the world.

Superheroes are powerful and strong. They can make kids feel strong in a time of vulnerability. The Superhero Project experience is empowering, harnessing imagination as a tool for healing and giving youth a sense of control during a difficult time.

Having a personal superhero also can help kids cope with pain and fear by reminding them of their inner strength and resilience. One young patient explained, “Visualizing myself as physically strong helped me endure the pain I experienced during the hardest days of my cancer treatments. While my real body was consumed by pain, my inner hero remained unstoppable.”

There is a place for superheroes for kids who need them

Did you know that children who have had traumatic experiences often feel isolated? Superheroes can be a source of inspiration for many kids undergoing treatment in a hospital or living with disabilities. If you love drawing superheroes and designing unique characters, this is a great opportunity to share your talent and help a child in need.

Your artwork can make a difference to a child and their family. In addition to benefiting patients’ well-being, superhero play may also provide an outlet for stress and anxiety. The superhero motif is an excellent way to connect with children because they provide role models that are comforting, exciting, and empowering. This simple but powerful idea is not only fun for artists, but it also provides much-needed support for young people at hospitals and elsewhere.

As the designer behind each piece of inspirational artwork sent to young patients, YOU will be empowering children who are facing a serious illness or injury, experiencing a mental health challenge, or living with a physical or developmental disability. Because so much of their carefree childhood has been taken away from them —their school environment, their playtime with friends, their exciting trips and fun weekends with the family, their own room and bed replaced with the hospital one—these heroic crafts remind them that there is still good in the world and that there is something worth fighting for.

What do the parents say?


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