Iain Duncan Smith’s portrait made from photos of people who died for being poor

This is exactly the thing the government may need to see exactly the damage caused by living on the breadline. This is due to one thing, the government’s sweeping benefit reforms that have left thousands homeless, unable to make ends meet and in some severe cases dying. I know personally of one person who has, and another who nearly took their lives as a direct consequence of this. I applauded you for representing it in such a candid and unique way.

Pride's Purge

(satire?)

 Click on image to enlarge:

Iain-Duncan-Smith Mosaic05

His victims:

Edward Jacques:edward jacques

Graham Shawcross:graham shawcross

David Coupe:David-Coupe

David Groves:david groves

Trevor Drakard:Trevor-Drakard

David Clapson:david clapson1

Annette Francis:annette francis

Nick Barker:Nick-Barker1

Leanne Chambers:leanne-chambers

Robert Barlow:Robert-Barlow

Cecilia Burns:ceciliaburns

Mark and Helen Mullins:Mark_Helen_Mullins

Martin Hadfield:Martin-Hadfield

Paul Reekie:paul-reekie

Tim Salter:Tim-Salter

Colin Traynor:colin traynor

Brian McArdle:brian_mcardle

Mark Wood:Mark-Wood1

Linda Wootton:Linda-Wootton

Chris Smith:chris smith

Karen Sherlock:karen sherlock

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With thanks – and apologies – to Joe Wezorek:

Given this image’s inflammatory nature, I posted it with a great deal of trepidation. I had a hard time deciding if it was the right thing to do and I am still not sure. No, I didn’t have the consent of the families of those pictured, and I apologize for any additional pain that this image causes them.

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Iain Duncan Smith’s portrait made from photos of people who died for being poor

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