The Smile Project: Putting A Smile On A Town’s Face Through Street Art

The Smile Project: Putting A Smile On A Town’s Face Through Street Art

A street art organization tries to create a vibrant atmosphere in the town with its art installations.

Naresh Kumar
  • 13 august 2010

Wasted Spaces is a street art-based organization that uses abandoned buildings and vacant properties as a canvas for its artists. Their latest undertaking is the Smile Project which involves setting up various temporary installations depicting smiling faces, such as ‘smiley balloons’, in public places in the English town of Wembley.

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