One person’s trash can be another person’s “Home Sweet Home.” At least that is what Oakland artist Gregory Kloehn believes. He takes recycled materials he finds on the street and makes tiny homes on wheels for the homeless.
Inspired by the small home environmental movement, Greg started making the homes from commercial waste, including discarded windows, doors and other building materials discarded as street trash. There’s enough room to lie down inside the homes and the wheels make them portable. Greg gives his hand-crafted homes away as part of his ‘homeless homes project’.
The homes may be small, but they have a big impact on the lives of the people he helps! Share this unique initiative with your friends!