.Over Valentines day, I posted flyers all over New York and invited everyone to continue doing the same. I was SO happy to hear that my flyers made it to the amazing photographer Trine-Lise (and her partner in crime) all the way over in Oslo!!!
Aren’t they amazing?!
Her photography is amazing and I am SO happy to share them with you! If you’re able to download a .TIF file (or have a keen sense of design to make some of your own) then you should print out some flyers of your own and join us!
all photos by Trine-Lise Henriksen
.Being single has made for the best Valentines Days. Theres no pressure involved. I usually forget about it and when I walk outside, there’s an unusual amount of men holding flowers and storefronts illuminating more pink than the streets of a breast cancer marathon. What is not to like?!
Last year, I somehow managed to smuggle a bundle of balloons out of a fancy shmancy fashion week party. This year, I tried to continue spreading the love in ways that don’t come back in the form of an STD.
So when I woke up, I printed out some flyers and taped them up around New York for the more humbled of hearts.
I loved this experiment! I loved peoples reactions, walking by these places later in the day to find pieces missing, and the silly guys that would occasionally appear over my shoulder as I put them up, searching for a question that didn’t need to exist.
“Do you do this often?”
“Do you mean put myself in danger of paper cuts?”
all photos taken by Chloe Rice
If you’d like to join in, you can print out one of the flyers I made, here!