March 22nd, 2019
End Youth Homelessness, a UK-wide movement of local charities, has teamed up with acclaimed artist and sculptor David Oliveira to place 'invisible' sculptures of young people in prominent train stations and shopping centres around the UK. The campaign aims to encourage the public to make the invisible, visible by sharing #NOWYOUSEEME on social media, raising awareness of and supporting their local youth homelessness charity. 

The five sculptures were unveiled at the Design Museum on the 21st March, supported by the premiere of a film from Ridley Scott Creative Group production company Black Dog Films, directed by Frankie Markot. 

The exhibition is open to the public from 22nd-24th March to coincide with the final weekend of the Design Museum’s Home Futures exhibition.

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