Recognising and celebrating the talent of people affected
by homelessness in a unique, positive & inspiring way!
The meeting of heARTS @ Ezo Bistro
Painted by one heart, bought by another .....
When Farrah popped into her local cafe at Barking station - Ezo Bistro - she can't help but fell in love with one of the paintings on display. After coming back to view it a few more times...
Chris Cheesman, Journalist
One of Cafe Art's biggest supporters in the past two years has passed away suddenly in London.
Chris Cheesman was the news editor for Amateur Photographer magazine and helped judge the MyLondon Photography Contest in 2015 and 2016.
From Bethnal Green with Love
Despite replacing the bar-tender with a barista, and a martini (shaken and not stirred, of course!) with a latte, Mr Bond can still catch the attention of the ladies.
This time it's Erica Porter - the big-hearted lady who decided to...
Hello fellow art and coffee lovers!
Welcome to Cafe Art!
We are a unique initiative showcasing artwork created by people affected by homelessness or are socially vulnerable.
View the paintings
on this website now. However we encourage you to experience it yourself first-hand, by exploring the many small, hard-working & independent London cafes. More than 20 cafes have given up wall space to exhibit these paintings.
With a latte in one hand, sit back, relax and enjoy.
Thank you from Cafe Art!
Thank you artists, photographers, the homelessness organisations and their support workers/staff, the kind-hearted & generous cafe owners, supporters, volunteers and partner organisations and YOU!
Cafe Art would not have been able to achieve what it did in the past two years for the artists & photographers WITHOUT your help and believe in us. So a very BIG THANK YOU!
Please check out what we have been doing in the News
section. Stay with us and the artists as we continue our journey of inspiring and positive events...