A Chicago artist’s “Help each other” sign project has found its way to Mead Public Library.
The black and white signs are installed outside the library and interested passersby are asked to take one and display it in their neighborhood.
The signs are the work of Chicago artist JB Daniel and are aimed at promoting a simple, positive affirmation into the world during the COVID pandemic, with no other agenda or affiliation.
“While I don’t think plastic signs are the answer, I do believe opening peoples’ hearts is a start,” Daniel said on his website.
To date more than 1,000 signs have been installed in the Chicago area and are making their way throughout the United States.
Project installation kits are available from the artist’s website tallskinny.com.