Amazing nighttime window displays were created by some villagers to cheer up neighbors. When Cotswald villagers realized that the lockdown could be boring, they decided to create colorful nighttime window displays to cheer neighbors up.
The residents transformed about 500 windows in the picturesque English town of Wotton-under-Edge, with residents decorating their windows in bright ornate. Amazing nighttime window displays brought joy to people in Cotswald.
The initiative behind this started when some families signed up for the Wotton Window Wanderland event. Celebrating community is the theme for this year’s event while the aim is to raise the spirits of people amid the pandemic.
The Window Wanderland event is believed to be the biggest outdoor art show in the country and it is organized by Martin Clarke. With this display of love, people hope this parade of ‘painted’ windows will serve as a source of inspiration to other places around the world to create their own Covid-safe, community art galleries.
These people curated pictures of some of their favorite artworks below and these designs can be seen on the Instagram page created by Window Wanderland event.