Play me, I’m yours! – A Piano Project on Streets

When Briton Luke Jarry realized how many people walking the streets of gloomy, he came up with a cheerful way to improve communication skills: he began to paint a piano that leave the former owners of emissions. Piano and stand it habitually and nobody cares.

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Toronto, Canada, 2012

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Melbourne, Australia, 2014

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New York, USA, 2010

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Sofia, Bulgaria, 2012

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Toronto, Canada, 2012

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Toronto, Canada, 2012

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Toronto, Canada, 2012

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Toronto, Canada, 2014

“And if the piano is painted, will approach each view. No, no, start up a conversation. It is as if walking a dog: a great way to communicate with strangers. “

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Denver, USA, 2011

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Denver, USA, 2011

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Denver, USA, 2011

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Coburg, Kaanada 2013

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Cobourg, Canada, 2014

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Colorado, USA, 2012

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Cambridge, UK, 2012

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Los Angeles, USA, 2012

The artist began his project in 2008, having painted about 15 pianos in different places of Birmingham in the UK. The project conceived a huge success, it was estimated that more than 140 000 people have played any song on the piano or listening to how others play. Since then the project has spread around the world, even went to the former CIS countries as well. More than 1,000 pianos installed outside under the simple slogan “Play me, I’m yours.” There is a piano that was repaired local art associations, musicians, artisans. The project “Street piano” and offers you to take part and set somewhere another tool.

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Boston, USA, 2013

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Kiev, Ukraine 2014

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Boston, USA, 2013

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Denver, USA, 2011

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Denver, USA, 2011

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Denver, USA, 2011

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