Who are we?

Artwork: Paula Scotter

Perspective Project is a charity tackling mental health stigma through art and creativity.


We were founded in the UK in August 2017 by our London based founder Mark Anscombe.


We provide a therapeutic, creative outlet for the many people whose lives have been affected by mental health issues. 

All the works displayed on this site were submitted by members of the public.

We are a small charity, and much of our work depends on the generous support we receive through donations. If you'd like to support our vital work, visit our donate page.

Perspective Project team at the 'Stigma' event in Pop Brixton, September 2019.

Our work

Since our launch in 2017, we have shared the work of over 200 artists, poets and writers from around the world. Our work has been viewed over 2 million times across 96 countries.

Alongside our digital gallery, we also participate in exhibitions, events and gallery showings - bringing the work of our fantastic artists, poets and writers to a new audience.

We also run creative workshops, and work with companies to open the conversation about mental health in the workplace.

Read more about how our works helps individuals, and email us if you are interested in collaborating.

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