Wall of " I love you" writings

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Two artists Frederic Baron and Claire Kito built a 40 square meters monument for lovers using 612 tiles at Abesses Garden, Montmartre in Paris, France.

Monument in Abbesses garden

The “I love you” wall stands at the middle of the Abbesses garden at Montmartre, Paris, and fronts a surface range of 40 square meters with what added up to 612 tiles of enamelled magma. The expression “I adore you” is composed more than a thousand times in over 300 distinctive dialects.

The wall was made by two maestros – Frederic Baron and Claire Kito – as a meeting area for beaus and a continuing to tick landmark to unceasing worship.

300 language writings on monument

The expressions were gathered by Frederic Baron in record books by thumping on the entryways of consulates and asking their neighbours until he had gathered more than 300 dialects all communicating the influential opinion of adoration.

visitors are watching the monument

Frederic Baron then asked Claire Kito, a craftsman who drills oriental calligraphy, to amass the script.

Frederic Baron: “The blasts of colour on the fresco act for the bits of a broken heart, the heart of a mankind so frequently torn separated and which the divider attempts to assemble.”

Source:Oddstuffmagazine.com

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300 Different Languages, 40 Square Meters, 612 Tiles, Abesses Garden, I Love You, Montmartre, Paris, Wall, Writings

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