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This Street Artist Paints Imaginary Homes For Homeless People, The Reason Is Not What You Think!

"You can take a man's home, but you can't take away his spirit."  

An anonymous artist from Los Angeles is painting these imaginary houses for the homeless to create a dialogue for a solution to extreme poverty.

This artist goes by the name of Skid Robot on Instagram where he uploads all these graffiti artwork. With an interview with Bored Panda, he said, "I volunteer my time once a week at a homeless center hosting an art group for a couple of hours trying to convince those who attend that art truly is the best drug. Which it is, there is no greater high that one can feel then exercising the creative mind."

We at WittyFeed salute this artist for trying to make a difference in the society.
Move ahead to see his amazing artwork on the streets of LA.

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This Street Artist Paints Imaginary Homes For Homeless People, The Reason Is Not What You Think!

This Street Artist Paints Imaginary Homes For Homeless People, The Reason Is Not What You Think!

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You have all these things and they just dream for it.

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Apple is a phone for you, but for them, it's dinner.

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They don't even have basic needs.

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Just giving wings to their dreams.

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What do you wish for?

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An imaginary sea-facing home.

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They just need a home and it's not that complicated.

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Hello, I'm homeless.

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A home they wish for.

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A king size bed.

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A beautiful scenery.

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He just needs a bed.

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That's what he believes in.

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