The city wants to show its support for the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) staff and key workers with a colourful street art campaign called ‘Posters for the People’.
The project, led by the street art movement, In Good Company, and supported by Leeds City Council, has seen over 150 sites across the city transformed into colourful designs to spread positivity and show support to all those keeping the country running during this challenging time.
In good company
What began as one giant billboard, has now grown into a city wide initiative involving a collective of artists who have joined together to design vibrant posters in support of the city’s key workers. The eye-catching posters are now popping up in homes, gardens, businesses and community spaces across the city, with members of the public able to purchase their own copies or download a free copy to colour in for themselves.
All profits raised from the purchase of the posters are being sent to charities supporting the National Health Service staff and key workers. For more information about the project click here and to see all the designs from the campaign click here.
Contact: Titus Carey
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