Eye-Catching Typographic Signs Created For The Homeless
Hand-letterer Kenji Nakayama and Christopher Hope have embarked on a creative project with a humanitarian slant.
Simply called “Homeless Signs”, Nakayama gives homeless people US$10 and a hand-lettered sign to replace their old ones.
They have posted some photos on their Tumblr, along with an interview of the homeless person they have helped.
By making people more aware of the problem of poverty, the creative team hopes that more people would follow suit and help the homeless in any way they can.
Scroll down to view more of these signs, or view the entire project here.
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