Getty Images created a project to help demystify the negative perception that many people have towards homeless people.
The name of the project is “Repicturing Homeless” and it was made in partnership with FiftyFifty, a magazine that is sold by homeless people in…
The idea is simple. They made photoshoots with homeless people, putting them in the most searched scenarios like a business person or creative executive. The money they make with this pictures is going straight to the fifty-fifty magazine that supports the local homeless.
To drive attention to the project the pictures are in their gallery, mixed with their portfolio, but they a label that explains the project. They aim to make people look to people who live on streets differently, not with pity, but with humanity.
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