Don’t we all love acts of affection? To make your Thursday better and more lovable (even though Thursdays are already good, since the week is ending), here are some street artists that love to convey emotions and make you smile.
The first one is Paul Price. His project Signs of Affection is bound to make you feel better about yourself. The young Irish graphic designer started the project in Leeds, England in 2010 and has been developing it ever since. He says he started the project to “make the walls talk.” It seems that when they talk, they say really nice things!
Aline Pasquini works as an illustrator, set designer, and painter, but in her free time she takes to the streets to display acts of love, hope and affection. The Rome-based artist affirms that she creates “art about people and their relationships. I’m interested in representing human feelings and exploring different points of view.”
Finally, Adam Łokuciejewski and Szymon Czarnowski transformed two mundane boxes into a great sign of affection, with some lines of black spray paint they made the boxes hug each other. The Polish artists have transformed the context of the box-shaped objects in order to change the emotion of their surrounding landscape.