Nearly three years ago, artist and automotive designer Brian Peterson began a project that has since taken on a life of its own. Called Faces of Santa Ana (FOSA), Peterson started with art-making and human kindness as his platform; upon moving to Santa Ana, California in 2015, he noticed that there was a large homeless population. “Something inside me was telling me to reach out to them,” he told My Modern Met at that time.

Source: Interview: Artist Changes the Lives of the Homeless by Painting Their Portraits


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