Socially-distant hearts

In the parks of Bristol, UK, hundreds of giant white hearts have been painted considering social distancing.

The hearts are 3 metres wide and have at least space of 2 metres between them.

They are painted by a team of artists from Upfest – Europe’s largest Graffiti festival. The spraying of graffiti on the grass in parks began on Tuesday morning.

Keith Rundle, operations director at Bristol City considers this as a step to safely opening Bristol City after lockdown.

More hearts will be appearing across the area to encourage safe unlock.

This idea can be followed by other countries as well for opening parks and public spaces all over the world. The distance between two hearts will prevent people from coming in contact with each other hence, people can enjoy the fresh air of the parks safely.