Street artist JR who is best known for his FACE2FACE portrait series along the West Bank Barrier wall, was this year’s TED PRIZE winner for an outstanding idea of how art can change world communities. JR’s large-scale portraits have popped up in many communities worldwide, giving the viewers pause to think about their neighbors and the circumstances they both find themselves in.

JR’s latest project called Inside Out allows anyone to upload a photo so that they can receive a large print of their face to be posted anywhere they please. The displayed portrait will be documented by JR’s production crew and hopefully made into a virtual gallery online.

Check out JR’s TED talk below.