Those who want to can do it and Gregory Kloehn is the classic example of that. Kloehn is not homeless but searches for dumpsters both to hone his skill as an artist and to provide a shelter for the homeless of California in US. He finds this a better way than selling art to rich people.
1. Gregory goes dumpster searching.
2. He build small, one-room shelters for the homeless from scrap.
3. And his homelessness project is getting attention.
4. The “houses” are about the size of a sofa.
5. To those living on the streets, the small house can mean the world.
6. They also have wheels, so their owners will be able to wheel them around if they need to.
7. As an artist, Gregory Kloehn started off making sculptures.
8. Since he focused on housing, Gregory knows what he creates is being used.
9. One of the shelters Gregory built.
10. And the homes are architectural masterpieces.
11. An interior of one of the homes.
12. For this Gregory had a tiny wooden frame, equipped with a built-in kitchen, water tank and a small trap for human waste.
13. What looks like a fridge is actually a home.
14. Gregory is likely to continue his noble work.
15. He’s gaining followers and would might soon start classes in building homes for the homeless. He says that many are willing to get involved.