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Don't Ignore Me - Transparent homeless child  StreetArt Campaign China

Don't Ignore Me - Transparent homeless child StreetArt Campaign China (reminds me a lot of Matthew

poster design- love this, because it entices you and makes you think twice about it.

Homeless youth - creative placement is what really makes the ad:

Well photographed and strong visual element. Suit made of newspaper as irony because homeless people are never in the news and they use it to keep warm.

These are souls destined to be in the Kingdom of God. What the world hates, ignore and neglect is precisely what God loves, cherishes and holds dear to His heart. Because the world itself hates God…

Broken Souls

Bebasii dehk --- Jeenay walon ki , so sad (×_×;

This ghostly image (painted on the steps) is from a Unicef China ad campaign to put attention on China's 1.5 million underprivileged children. The sign beside child reads: "Don't Ignore Me". See more here: https://adland.tv/ooh/unicef-dont-ignore-me-print-china - Facebook

Copy: “Don’t Ignore me China has over million underprivileged children. To help, call 020 Unicef China: Don’t Ignore me Advertiser: Unicef China Agency: Ogilvy & Mather, Shanghai, China

Reminds me of the days at SCI-Arc where a 70's era Honda Civic constructed similar art in the Long Gallery and Main Space.

Guerilla Paint Action in Berlin. Last week a group of cyclists dumped 13 gallons of paint on the road at Berlin’s busy Rosenthaler Platz, creating a series of colourful lines as cars drove through

This on is more abstract, and it forces the reader in to read the bottom of the poster. That's good because it pulls the viewer in, but it also may act as a deterent because the viewer has to work harder to understand its meaning. Some people might walk away.

This on is more abstract, and it forces the reader in to read the bottom of the poster. That's good because it pulls the viewer in, but it also may act as a deterent because the viewer has to work harder to understand its meaning. Some people might walk away.

James Beavis during his month on the London streets.

'Spat on and ignored': what I've learned from a month sleeping rough in London

'Spat on and ignored': what I've learned from a month sleeping rough in London - the shocking levels of violence and harassment aimed at homeless people, with more than one in three rough sleepers being deliberately hit or kicked.

"Lost Everything", We need some help, but understand we still have everything we need that matters....because a wise man knows all you really need is love...it quenches a hunger nothing else can...

Service learning project second edition homelessness

I had a really hard day today, but I came home, opened the door to a place I could lay my head, be warm and dry. This person did not. Bless her Lord and open that door. Shame on me for overlooking  and forgetting my blessings.

Unhappy soul in a doorway of St John's Church, Wolverhampton Please View Large On Black