Play them – they’re yours.

June 25, 2010 at 3:37 pm Leave a comment

via the New York Times (June 21, 2010):

“Monday was the first day on which 60 pianos could be played on street corners and in parks around the city as part of a public art project called “Play Me, I’m Yours.” There were double-takes as people walked by: A piano? Anyone can sit down and play anything?”

“[Luke Jerram] said the brainstorm for “Play Me, I’m Yours” had hit while he was in a launderette in his hometown, Bristol, England. “I was going there with my underwear every week,” he said. “No one was talking to each other. I thought, put a piano in there, it can act as a catalyst for conversation.””

All images from Luke Jerram’s website.

June 25′s daily design idea is be generous with your ideas; share them with the public.


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