Vintage photo victorian London street children (reminds me of Sherlock Holmes's Baker Street Boys).

Vintage photo victorian London street children (reminds me of Sherlock Holmes's Baker Street Boys). Their sad faces breaks my heart.

jason bruges natural trail at great ormond street children's hospital- integration of technology for distraction as children go through the halls

NATURE TRAIL_TECHNOLOGY_CHILDREN jason bruges natural trail at great ormond street children's hospital- integration of technology for distraction as children go through the halls

Poverty - Udong, Cambodia. So sad children have to live like this. Help them, Lord.

APEX Snaps First Close-up of Star Factories in Distant Universe POVERTY - Udong, Cambodia. (Street children are a common feature of life in .

Joan Eardley - Back Street Children Playing (1960)

Joan Eardley, Back Street Children Playing Oil on board, 101 x 179 x 2 cm. Private Collection © With kind permission of the Eardley Estate.

Top 20 des publicités qui utilisent la rue de manière originale

Top 20 des publicités qui utilisent la rue de manière originale

The storm drain abacus with the message “Make every child count.” Created for Aseema Charitable Trust in Mumbai. The goal was to promote the need for education for street children and it does so in a way that is striking and intuitive.

Don't ignore me! The advertising campaign by +UNICEF is putting Chinas 1.5 million underprivileged kids in the spotlight. 3D street art by Ogilvy & Mather.

10 Unique Staircase Ads

Copy: “Don’t Ignore me China has over million underprivileged children. To help, call 020 Unicef China: Don’t Ignore me Advertiser: Unicef China Agency: Ogilvy & Mather, Shanghai, China

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