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For the Children.

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Bleeding heart artist Michael Aaron Williams has garnered much attention with his series of cardboard cutouts of homeless children. According to My Modern Met, “Williams started a Kickstarter campaign where he hoped to make enough money to take a trip to Asia so that he could make some sort of immediate impact. After it was successfully funded, Williams went on that trip and came back with these wonderful photos.”

Courtesy of Michael Aaron Williams.

Courtesy of Michael Aaron Williams.

Courtesy of Michael Aaron Williams.

Courtesy of Michael Aaron Williams.

Courtesy of Michael Aaron Williams.

Courtesy of Michael Aaron Williams.

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