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By Jill Glover

February 14, 2014 at 9:41 AM

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Valentine’s hearts under the Cambie Bridge

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Nothing like Valentine’s Day to undertake a heart-shaped intervention – and show a little love for pedestrians and cyclists at the same time!

People walking and biking across the Cambie Bridge this morning were greeted with a series of red and pink hearts – paint-stamped into the underside of bridge.

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The stealthy street art was undertaken in the early morning, when it was still dark outside.

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And the hearts were painted in non-toxic, washable colours – making for a simple (and likely very temporary) transformation.

A splash of colour to brighten the grey concrete. Especially on an overcast morning.

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Happy Valentine’s Day to lovers of public space everywhere!

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