This week’s #insideoutproject #tbt might look similar to last weeks, however, this one comes from Taipei, Taiwan in September of 2012. Their project included 101 Portraits.
Their statement: Pass on our faith through the photos, we believe Taiwan can be better. We ended up with using 120 posters to form four chinese characters on the embankments. The meaning of the characters can be translated as “Taiwan, keep it up!”“, which is for the purpose of encouraging the viewers from the depressing fact we face in politic and economy. Although the action is proceeded by only two persons and the posters are eventually forced to be taken down, the rest of the participators and many of the others have shown great acknowledgement and interest in the project itself. Most importantly, it is witnessed that some positive impact is produced on the fellow people.
We are always excited when group leaders think of different ways to paste / display the posters. You constantly blow our mind’s with your creativity and we can’t wait to see what you think of next!