I want to introduce myself, my name is Brittany Barry, of Brit Barry Design, and I’m a local of Gloucester (I actually think my grandmother Jane Noble is friends with your mom).
I was sent the post from Good Morning Gloucester showing pictures of the #letteringforloveproject I’m taking part in and the windows I’ve done at the Franklin, Sample This, the Avenue Beauty Bar, Salon Unique, Avanti Salon, EnVogue Salon and Captain Hooks. (passports I did not do)
The Lettering for Love Project was brought to my attention by another creative who started it in Reading. I asked if I could bring it to Gloucester and she was thrilled to have the movement grow as I was even more elated to be able to brighten and cheer up the windows of local businesses. This is all about being able to spread love and positive messages during all of the uncertain and challenging times we have been living through, with all of the recent protesting its even more important to continue to send love and unity and let people of color know that I (we) stand with and support them. If there are any businesses that would like to include a positive, unified or uplifting message on their storefront please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org. The handwriting is done for free, but donations are welcome and are given to the Open Door and Equal Justice Initiative.
I have about 15-20 more to go around Gloucester (many on Main Street) and Magnolia, so I’m sure you’ll be seeing many more pictures
I just wanted to let you know the story and message behind the windows and why they started popping up ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜
Thank you so much for you time,
Owner & Designer