Inside Out Project

Faces of Boston, 2015

Faces of Boston (October 8, 2015) was the second (surprise) location for the Inside Out Project's Photobooth Truck in Back Bay Station. Over the course of the day, 389 portraits were taken and over 125 were pasted the front of the station and the bus terminal. Read about the origins of the Back Bay location and its link to JR's Hancock tower mural in the Boston Courant.

Faces of Dudley, 2015

Faces of Dudley (October 7, 2015) was a community mural and portrait of a community in transition created with Inside Out Project's Photobooth Truck and The Up Truck.

259 portraits of Dudley Square (Roxbury, MA) residents, business owners, and visitors were taken in the Photobooth truck and 174 prints were pasted to the outside of the Dudley Branch of the Boston Public Library. 

During the day, participants were asked, "What can't someone know about you just by looking at your portrait?" Answers to these questions and all the portraits are featured in Faces of Dudley a full-color book donated to the Dudley Square Public Library as a permanent artwork and reminder of that day when a community came together in pride. Paperback versions of the book are available, at cost, from Blurb.

Learn more about Faces of Dudley in the Boston Globe's "The New Face of Public Art" (pdf here) and the video below.