100 Cameras Given To The Homeless Folks In London And This Is The End result

style=”text-align: justify;”>The homeless of London have had the prospect to indicate their creative chops. The Cafe Artwork 2016 My London calendar is printed with the images they took with free cameras. Cafe Artwork handed out 100 disposable Fujifilm cameras to the homeless, and the Royal Photographic society gave classes. 80 cameras got here again, with about 2500 pictures, 12 of which gained their place within the calendar.

style=”text-align: justify;”>Cafe Artwork is a group curiosity firm in London run by Paul Ryan. The purpose is to advertise the artwork of artists facinghomelessness, exhibiting it in cafes. The group has attracted the eye of Christie’s, The Guardian, Fujifilm and others. The 2016 Calendar is at present funded by way of Kickstarter, and can print 5000 copies. The entire funds earned from gross sales will return to funding extra homeless artwork packages!

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“Color Competition, Olympic Park” by Goska Calik


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“Tyre Break, Hackney” by Desmond Henry


“Tower Bridge PICNIC, Southwark” by Cecie


“West Finish Fowl, Westminster” by Zin


“Shadow of Self, Hyde Park” by Goska Calik


“Royal Geese Sundown, Kensington Gardens” by Maciek Walorski


80 Cameras Returned With Over 2500 Footage. Voting Decided The Winners


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