It’s been over a year, but I find myself in Montréal with some time to spare and since I still receive your submissions I feel a sense of duty I suppose. I thought that this particular entry was so incredibly articulate that I had to do it. Thank you for sharing this project with me!

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Well it’s summer time in the city (sort of) so I’ll kick (pun alert) it off with something light hearted. Placed in a phone booth in downtown Brooklyn, it ought to teach the next caller to never doubt a woman’s strength.

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It’s been a while. I decided to go back through all of the regrets one by one and think about them individually. I’d like to lend a voice to a lot of the regrets people have told me through this project and so I’ve printed out a handful of small cards which I will place around the city over the next couple weeks. This is the first of many, and like all of my other posts, if you’d like to read more and see additional photos simply click here.

It’s been a while. I decided to go back through all of the regrets one by one and think about them individually. I’d like to lend a voice to a lot of the regrets people have told me through this project and so I’ve printed out a handful of small cards which I will place around the city over the next couple weeks. This is the first of many, and like all of my other posts, if you’d like to read more and see additional photos simply click here.

Lend me your voices!

I’ve set up a voicemail for the project so that you can record your regret in your own voice. I’m thinking of a way to do some audio-based regret street art, so stay tuned and please call (347) 460-8643 to leave a message!

Also, Regret Project has gone mobile, so when you load it up with your phone you don’t get hit with crazy charges and all that.

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