De Paul, the charity for the homeless, has got an interesting new campaign.
They’ve enlisted a group of graffiti artists to create art based on the stories that came out of interviews with homeless people:
As well as the street art there’s a digital wall where you can buy chunks of the art, which then disappears from the original work to effectively take the homeless person off the street. It’ll also show you how the work was made and give more background to the project.
Why not pop by and chuck ’em some cash?
It’s a good cause, innit?
(Interest declared: it’s by my friends Steve and Jo at Publicis.)