Friday, October 10, 2008

Love heArt Project








These heart sculptures were on display at the bottom of the N Seoul Tower. I have seen similar sculptures all over San Francisco, but I have never seen them anywhere else.

According to the sign, it is part of the Love heArt Project or Love Letter Project, but unfortunately, I could not find anything about it on the internet. If you know of this project or can interpret the sign in the last photo, I would appreciate it.

- Karen

9 comments:

Lilli & Nevada said...

Oh Karen, I love these, i have never heard of this before or seen anything like it either.I hope someone can tell us what it stands for.

Lynette said...

What a wonderful series of photos--I'm so happy to get to see them. Thank you!

Neva said...

I will ask my Korean "daughter" if she knows about this. It is very very cute.

RuneE said...

I'm sorry, but I cannot help you on the heart project. It is a pity, since I have been through very serious heart surgery myself and are therefore interested in the subject. However, someone with an eye for both fun and design has mad those figures!

PS Thank you for the comment. I have a good camera, but I think the most important factor was the use of the RAW-files many cameras can supply. Try that if your camera can do so. It gives a much greater control of the result. I'm still learning.

Jim said...

They all are so different. I like the turtle one best.

Scott Schroeder said...

Lovely pics - Not that this is an election but I think I like the first one the best (although the one with the pigs on it is quite nice too).

And, honeslty, I am not sure about this Love heArt Project either (Scotty Doesn't Know) but, leave it to highly inspired artists up north to baffle us all with their creativity ;)

Scott

dot said...

These are so cute! The first one is my favorite and for some reason reminds me of Donald Duck. I googled too and guess what came up...your blog!

Lara said...

how sweet! a great idea!

photowannabe said...

Love this project. I have seen cows and pigs decorated but never hearts. Whatever it means I think its clever.