The Love Lettering Project

The Love Lettering Project brings love letters to strangers. There’s something so inherently special about receiving words of love folded up inside an envelope, a ritual that has been lost in our increasingly technological age. There’s often such a small window in which we write love letters, and with so much of our communication occurring over email or on Facebook or phones, good old-fashioned love letters are becoming extinct.

Lindsay Zier-Vogel believes in the transformative capacity of even the smallest gesture. As the objective is to explore the process of transforming strangers’ relationship to public spaces through anonymous love letters, the love letters are unsigned (without a web address, or information about the project) and exist solely for those who discover them.

Zier-Vogel has been papering North America with love letters for seven years, writing love poems that are turned into one-of-a-kind paper and thread collages and slipped them into airmail envelopes marked ‘love.’ She then distributes these love letters throughout the city – from cherry bins and phone booths to parked bikes and unsuspecting mailboxes.

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