Tuesday, 12 July 2011


Wallpeople brought the Wall of Happiness to Budapest as part of their global, interactive photography project.
The large public installation encouraged up-and-coming photographers, artists and members of the public to share their own personal photographs. The event was an ideal opportunity for creatives to exhibit examples of their work to a wide audience in the middle of a bustling public area. Unfortunately the turn out in Budapest was not as high as expected but the quality of images provided by those who did participate was exceptionally high. Beautiful landscapes and intimate portraits sat side by side on the glass ‘gallery’ wall at the centrally located Gödör Club.
The main objective of the Wallpeople project is to create the world's biggest photo mural featuring hundreds and thousands of images from cities all over the globe. This year, 20 cities participated and the organisers intend on including more next year!

To learn more about Wallpeople, check out their website

Follow ONE A DAY on facebook
Follow on twitter

No comments:

Post a Comment