I (along with a bunch of other amazing artists,) was asked to do a piece at The Salvation Army’s “Way In” building in Hollywood. The Way In is a place that homeless teens find refuge from the Hollywood street life. It helps provide food, shelter, counseling and independent living programs. The program makes services available to kids in need who are without a voice and who are cut off from society. Read more about it at salvationarmy-socal.org The yellow papers around the piece are time off request forms from “Determination” which have all been denied by Determination’s supervisors Head and Heart.
Here's a video of me putting it up:
Special thanks to Dawn Gregg and the Way In staff!