Great Changes! Homeless Addict Turned Into A Street Artist! All Credit His “Guardian Angel” Puppy Given By A Stranger.

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Dogs may be our good friends, good companions, but hardly the person owns their success to them. See this lucky guy, John Dolan, though 43 years old, used to be a homeless addict struggling with poverty and hunger in London. However his life has totally changed due to a dog, George, sent by a fellow homeless woman one day. He treated him like his own child, and decided to make them life better. He drew sketches of George as well as surroundings for passersby to earn money, until he happened to meet Richard Howard-Griffin, a gallery director. He helped him put on his first art show and made him famous.

Now he’s heading to America for his first show, but wherever he goes, there surely will be his best friend accompanied. “I feel like he’s a guardian angel.” Said Dolan, “If it hadn’t been for him I’d have never picked up my pen.” (Via)

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John Dolan – George the Dog, Shoreditch London

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John Dolan – Skyscrapers

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John Dolan – King’s Head

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John Dolan – Old Blue Last

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John Dolan – Shoreditch from Air

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John and George on view at Howard Griffin Gallery

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Shoreditch High Street

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John and George on view at Howard Griffin Gallery

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John and George on view at Howard Griffin Gallery

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