Thai Orphans Rendered as Beautiful Cardboard-Cutout Street Art Thai Orphans Rendered as Beautiful Cardboard-Cutout Street Art
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Thai Orphans Rendered as Beautiful Cardboard-Cutout Street Art

by Michael Williams

October 10, 2012

I've been making street art since 2009 and have traveled to 13 countries to focus on children who are homeless and living on the street. I make cardboard cutouts that I mount to walls with high tack mounting tape or propped up as stand alone pieces. If no one removes them from the streets, the pieces will decay and be destroyed by the harsh environment. If someone does take it, then they can keep it in their home. If it survives, there is hope for them to continue on as pieces of art, just like there is hope for the actual homeless and street kids.

To learn more about how to help the orphanage in Thailand visit Orphans Assistance and Rescue.

Photos courtesy of Michael Aaron Williams

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Thai Orphans Rendered as Beautiful Cardboard-Cutout Street Art