Jan Moucha's Subversive Homelessness Posters

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Jul 26, 2009 • References:
This unusual homelessness campaign is by Jan Moucha, who used adhesive posters to raise awareness of street life with subversive images and statistics.

The image that kicks off the gallery is a baby carriage filled with items a homeless person might carry in a shopping cart; it's placed at a playground. Another makes a trashcan look like the interior of a refrigerator. Jan Moucha's homelessness campaign forces us to think about the struggles a homeless person has in comparison to our own. Stats for Street Life Awareness Campaigns Trending: Older & Average
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