Hundreds of neighbors are creating a huge outdoor art gallery with their WINDOWS in East London

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Hundreds of neighbors are using their WINDOWS to create a huge outdoor art gallery that turns East London Street into an explosion of color during the lockdown before more displays pop up across the country

  • Homerton and Claptons Window Wanderland is the latest in a series of worldwide art events
  • The residents show their creative skills through works of art on the fronts of their houses and in windows
  • Others took the opportunity to show solidarity with the community with messages such as “love your neighbor”.
  • *** Did YOU attend the Window Wanderland event? Send your pictures to tips@mailonline.co.uk***

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Hundreds of neighbors in an East London neighborhood have used their windows to create an outdoor art gallery during the lockdown.

Homerton and Clapton Window Walk Country is the latest in a series of global events that encourage residents to showcase their creative skills through presentations on the fronts of their homes.

Artworks visible outside the area’s windows included depictions of King Kong, alien invaders and dinosaurs, and numerous tributes to the NHS.

Others took the opportunity to show solidarity with the community with messages such as “love your neighbor” and “choose love”.

One resident even went a step further and lit his car window with a cartoon of the rainbow flag covered with birds.

Organizers of the four-day event in the Hackney neighborhood, which revolves around Valentine’s Day, said more than 250 households attended.

Many have shared their creations on social media using the hashtag #lightupclapton.

The event is free, but those who are able have been encouraged to make donations to the local Round Chapel, which provides hot meals, advice, and other forms of support to those in need.

Homerton and Clapton Window Walk Country is the latest in a series of global events that encourage residents to showcase their creative skills through presentations on the fronts of their homes

Artworks visible outside the area’s windows included depictions of King Kong, alien invaders and dinosaurs, and numerous tributes to the NHS

Others took the opportunity to show solidarity with the community with messages such as “love your neighbor” and “choose love”.

Others took the opportunity to show solidarity with the community with messages such as “love your neighbor” and “choose love”.

One resident even went a step further and lit his car window with a cartoon of the rainbow flag covered with birds

One resident even went a step further and lit his car window with a cartoon of the rainbow flag covered with birds

Organizers of the four-day event in the Hackney neighborhood, which revolves around Valentine's Day, said more than 250 households attended

Organizers of the four-day event in the Hackney neighborhood, which revolves around Valentine’s Day, said more than 250 households attended

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