Have you ever looked in the mirror and asked yourself if you can change the world?
The 2011 Arab Spring proved to the world that a group of normal people can still shake the world.
According to the late Steve Jobs, only the “crazy ones” change the world because they are the only ones crazy enough to believe they can.
In this case, French photographer, JR, believes he can as well.
In 2011, JR made one wish: “Join me in a worldwide photo project to show the world its true face.”
To gather activists from all over the world, submit their photo, then plaster select activists cohesively on city walls, showcasing a united opposing voice against tyrannical agendas.
Interesting. Thought provoking. Trendy.
JR’s Inside Out Project has gained widespread publicity, ultimately transforming him into a TED Prize winner.