Is it possible to transport a new, non-cliché-like experience about homeless people than the pathetic one we all know? Can homelessness be presented non-judgemental?

Approaching from a different perspective, we took new, unusual photos of these people. Less faces, more possessions show empathy despite anonymity. We wrote articles which don’t fit to the stereotypes about homelessness. We focus on what homeless people have, not on what they don’t have. Bright colours support the idea of a new beginning. The question mark as a recurring symbol questions the prejudice the society may have and lets the reader create his own opinion without giving a precast one.


Editorial Design


Hochschule für Gestaltung
Schwäbisch Gmünd


Michelle Dipp


10 / 2016 – 02 / 2017