Cafe Art is an art project that aims to fund arts and photography projects that help combat the trauma of being homeless.
Since 2012, it's produced a yearly calendar of photos taken by London's homeless. This year the theme was "My London".
In July, 100 single-use cameras were handed out at St Paul's Cathedral.
Of the 80 returned, 2,500 photos were developed, then whittled down to a select 20. These were then put on public display for selection into the calendar.
The calendars are being sold to fund more arts outreach projects.
It's all supported by the Royal Photography Society, and the photos in the calendar are even captioned by those who took them.
Here's an example of one of the captions.
Speaking to BuzzFeed News, Cafe Art director Paul Ryan said the idea for Cafe Art came from a similar project in Vancouver, Canada.
"We believe that by giving people skills that they can use, it not only helps them find work," he said. "The goal of Cafe Art is to boost people's self-esteem."
Cafe Art is currently running a Kickstarter to fund production of the 2015 calendar.
Rachael Krishna is a reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.
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