Every now and then we have the opportunity to tell you about some really amazing people, and this is certainly the case of Gregory Kloehn, an artist from Oakland who really tries his best to make other people’s lives a little bit better.
In the following pictures you will see Gregory digging through trash, but he is not homeless. What he creates from garbage will totally blow your mind.
Gregory used to be a sculptor, but then he decided to try to make a difference using his skills: he started to dig through illegally dumped trash, in order to find the right materials to build little shelters for the homeless.
Now Gregory spends his days trying his best to change homeless people’s lives.
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Here he is, it seems like he’s just digging through garbage…
…but what he really does is looking for the right pieces to build small shelters for homeless people.
He spends his time trying to help other people.
Here are two little homes during the process.
As you can see Gregory’s creations are just what it takes to save the homeless from the streets.
They are small and mobile too, since they have four wheels.
Living on a bench or in one of Gregory’s homes makes a huge difference.
These homes are also esthetically pleasing.
Gregory usually utilizes discarded wooden pallets to create the most part of the shelters.
Homeless are so grateful to him.
It’s so remarkable that an artist, who could create expensive statues…
…and sell them to rich people, decides to spend his time doing something valuable for the society.
There should be more people like him in this world.
For some of the homeless he helps, these little shelters are the best homes they’ve ever had.
Here is how they look like inside.
Another example of exteriors.
These homes really changed some people’s lives.
And they even look nice.
Not bad for a little home made from garbage.
This is what I call making a difference.