Syrian Students Unite to Paint Vibrant Patterns on the Longest Stairway in Their Town

A group of inspired young Syrian students, led by architecture academic Salmo Al-Batal, recently painted the longest public stairway in their hometown with vibrant geometric patterns. The project aims to make the environment brighter and more beautiful through color, bringing joy to the local inhabitants, who are currently facing both political and social hardship. Salmo Al-Batal explains, "Syria today is not the land of blood colors, so we are trying to make a little difference for love and peace in the war zone."

 Find out more about the project here.

via [designboom]