This is pretty wild. Images of artist/photographer JR’s project have been kicking around for the last few weeks, but I just saw more on Wooster Collective (who are back from break).

In a nutshell, JR essentially covered 2000 square meters of rooftops with photos of the women of Kibera Kenya, with a water resistant material so that the photo itself will protect the houses in the heavy rain season, which I’m sure is helpful. JR and crew also did up the trains too, which is nuts. Click through pics HERE. This stuff is visible from pretty high up too. Nuts….

Via- Wooster Collective

4 responses to “JR IN KENYA”

  1. Jason- says:

    You should check out Lowdown Mag too. Really good showcase of the same works in there.

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