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Portraits of Decay: the everyday degradation of who and why

A project in Newcastle West, AU by Jeremy Jackson

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A series of images and short texts exploring addiction, homelessness, and decay, as well as their mainstream-perpetuated stigma
Backers: 29
Average Pledge Per Backer: $37 AUD

Funded: $1,069 AUD of $800 AUD
Dates: Sep 15th -> Oct 20th (35 days)
Project By: Jeremy Jackson
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Home Stretch!!! : )

October 11th - via:
Hello everyone!! In lieu of World Mental Health Day yesterday, and the light it aims to shed upon mental health and the relevant support networks, it seems an appropriate time to update this little project of mine. Firstly, just a quick apology for... (Read More)

Week 1 Recap: ALMOST 75% THERE (WOO!)

September 23rd - via:
First of all I'd like to extend a huge thank you to all of the backers to date, as well as everyone that has spread the word and generally provided support. I never expected such a great response, and so quickly too. I thought getting to $100 would... (Read More)

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