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Das Project ‘Signs for the Homeless‘ ist von Kenji Nakayama and Christopher Hope, welche die Pappschilder von Obdachlosen ordentlich getunet haben. Auf deren Tumblr-Blog gibt es all ihre “Pappwerke” zu sehen und von jeder Person sogar ein kleines Interview.

Das Project ‘Signs for the Homeless‘ ist von Kenji Nakayama and Christopher Hope, welche die Pappschilder von Obdachlosen ordentlich getunet haben. Auf deren Tumblr-Blog gibt es all ihre “Pappwerke” zu sehen und von jeder Person sogar ein kleines Interview.

20 | Can Good Graphic Design Help The Homeless? | Co.Design | business + design

20 | Can Good Graphic Design Help The Homeless? | Co.Design | business + design

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Artists Kenji Nakayama and Christopher Hope came up with this genius and inspirational idea to take homeless peoples’ signs and trade them for beautiful hand-painted ones with the same message. In addition to painting these lovely signs, they also give them donations to help them out. The vivid new signs are much easier for passers-by to spot, which gives them a better chance of receiving help.

Artists Kenji Nakayama and Christopher Hope came up with this genius and inspirational idea to take homeless peoples’ signs and trade them for beautiful hand-painted ones with the same message. In addition to painting these lovely signs, they also give them donations to help them out. The vivid new signs are much easier for passers-by to spot, which gives them a better chance of receiving help.

homeless signs and good design - 1 | Can Good Graphic Design Help The Homeless? | Co.Design: business + innovation + design

homeless signs and good design - 1 | Can Good Graphic Design Help The Homeless? | Co.Design: business + innovation + design

1 | Can Good Graphic Design Help The Homeless? The least visible franchises can be given a new voice through the power of good branding and great graphic design. Will it do the same for the voiceless, the invisible, the institutionally disenfranchised? Can well-executed design change the lives of the homeless?

1 | Can Good Graphic Design Help The Homeless? The least visible franchises can be given a new voice through the power of good branding and great graphic design. Will it do the same for the voiceless, the invisible, the institutionally disenfranchised? Can well-executed design change the lives of the homeless?

Signs for the Homeless x Kenji Nakayama, Christopher Hope.

Signs for the Homeless x Kenji Nakayama, Christopher Hope.

Typographic transformations of the homeless signs, via @VXLAB | space . identity . product blog

Typographic transformations of the homeless signs, via @VXLAB | space . identity . product blog

Rethink Homelessness - In an effort to dispel harsh and unproductive stereotypes, Rethink Homelessness has launched Cardboard Stories. Taking the common signage often use...

Rethink Homelessness - In an effort to dispel harsh and unproductive stereotypes, Rethink Homelessness has launched Cardboard Stories. Taking the common signage often use...

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