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London artist creates ‘mini food banks’ to collect cans for charities

By AFP
23 February 2021   |   3:34 pm
London-based artist Sean Rodrigo builds boxes shaped like miniature shops, aimed to be used as a relay for food banks. Placed in different areas of his borough, the boxes will allow people to donate cans of non perishable food that will then be collected by a charity.

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London-based artist Sean Rodrigo builds boxes shaped like miniature shops, aimed to be used as a relay for food banks. Placed in different areas of his borough, the boxes will allow people to donate cans of non perishable food that will then be collected by a charity.