As Jared Keller noted for Mic, we fail our veterans every day — yes, even on Veterans Day. Perhaps one of the reasons why is because it is still so easy to lump everyone together, to stigmatize and stereotype when we should be humanizing
Whether you think soldiers are upstanding heroes or jack-booted thugs, few of us actually take the time to consider the people behind those imposing uniforms. Photographer Devin Mitchell, however, created a touching photo project called “The Veteran Art Project” that examines what lies on the other side of the uniform. Using Photoshop, Mitchell has created images of uniformed servicemen and women whose mirrored reflections reveal who they are – and vice versae.
There is a lot of Sacrifice in this world. I can't think of a bigger one than this. Look at this photo shoot and understand that military families need support just as much as the soldiers....
Powerful Photos Reveal The Real People Behind The Military Uniforms - “The Veteran Art Project” by Devin Mitchell
This Jarring Photo Series Captures What PTSD Really Looks Like
A recent study showed that roughly 22 U.S. veterans commit suicide every day — about one every 65 minutes. Photographer Devin Mitchell shared his photo series on the subject exclusively with BuzzFe...
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