A project offers 100 cameras to homeless people to reveal their vision of London

2015-08-26 // photography

The British Cafe Art project aims to raise public awareness about the lives of the homeless in London, but also to help these homeless people to reconnect with caring communities through art and photography. In July, 100 disposable cameras were offered to homeless, inviting them to reveal their vision of London. Over 2,500 photographs were developed, and 12 photographs were chosen by a jury, but also by a vote of the public, to create a calendar proposed on Kickstarter. The funds will of course be used to develop other projects and support help initiatives.

David-Tovey
© David Tovey
XO
© XO
Ceci
© Ceci
Goska-Calik-2
© Goska Calik
_Ray-of-Light
© Ray of Light
Ellen-Rostant
© Ellen Rostant
Desmond-Henry
© Desmond Henry
Zilvinas-Vaiteikunas
© Zilvinas Vaiteikunas
Ioanna-Zagkana
© Ioanna Zagkana
Maciek-Walorski
© Maciek Walorski
Michael-Crosswaite
© Michael Crosswaite
Goska-Calik
© Goska Calik
Ellen-Rostant-2
© Ellen Rostant

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Images © Cafe Art / source

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