Those travelling through England’s Brighton Station will be greeted with the deepest fears and confessions of strangers on ‘The Waiting Wall’, a display board that was inspired by author Alain de Botton’s suggestion for a modern day version of Jerusalem’s Wailing Wall.
Anonymous confessions are submitted through The Waiting Wall’s website (here) and include everything from heartbreaking confessions about love and loss, to anonymous messages about ex-boyfriends going bald!
The Waiting Wall was created by Alan Donohoe and Steven Parker of Free the Trees for this year’s Brighton digital festival.
In a recent interview with Mashable, the creators said of the entries they’ve received: ‘Some are so upsetting, we can’t really take them in.
‘There are lot about regret, death, relationships, depression. Others are lighter. That’s fine. We want people to use it anyway they want. We just built the initial framework really and now it’s turned into a participatory piece of digital art. It’s the most amazing thing we’ve ever been involved in’.
Via Design Taxi