“I see someone! Park up somewhere.” “Where?” “He’s there, sitting by the freeway, holding a book.” My cousin Sheena is the designated driver and I’m tasked with looking out for homeless people in California to interview for our “Hello 2015” project. We pull up, get out and walk towards the bearded man sitting by the freeway. As… Read More Spread the Word: Because Homeless People Read Too
It’s that time of year. The time everyone is wondering what the new year will bring to them and their loved ones. They’re wondering what their resolution should be- what will make their lives more fulfilled in 2015. They’re reflecting on the year that has just passed- what it has taught them. And they’re sharing these thoughts with the world.… Read More New Year’s Resolutions You Won’t Hear – #HELLO2015
We are in the process of answering wishes which will be online by Monday! Till then check out what we got up to at Cally Festival ! Feel free to share and leave feedback. Photography by Ayman Ramsey Al-Juzi and Slice of Simplicity.
Hello! We’re super excited be out today with the Cally community to celebrate Cally Festival. Make sure you visit our stall and make a wish on our Knowledge is Power wish tree. We will also be giving live updates throughout the day on: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/sliceofsimplicity Twitter: @rima246 #paperairplaneproject #callyfest #knowledgeispower Get in touch! Here’s some… Read More Launched: Paper Airplanes at Cally Festival!
I just want to say a huge thank you to everyone who sent me a birthday wish today. It’s incredibly kind and made me smile… MEGA. Thanks to my friends and family, my 22nd has been filled with surprises. It’s strange being 22, when you have the mentality of a 2 year old. But I… Read More 22? I can’t even count to 22. Let alone… be it.
#PAP 1; The Cally Festival London. That place where small town people are overwhelmed by the “City life”. Business men and women talk only when on their phones, too preoccupied to notice other people’s existence even as they run past one another on the tube. Tall bulky buildings of top shot corporations breed robots through… Read More #PAP 1: The Cally Fest
A multi-million pound mural painted by Russian-American artist Mark Rothko was defaced with large black writing yesterday in the worst security breech to hit London’s Tate Modern. Outrage ensued on social networking site Twitter as Rothko began trending. When I hear stories of art being defaced, whether it’s renowned work or simply on the street… Read More Art vs Journalism. Who can we trust as a source of truth?