Following four incredible nights of Peace Camp around the UK, the coastline once again falls dark and silent as our teams take away the encampments. One gone, what will forever remain are some iconic images of this beautiful artwork and some touching memories for all those who came to see the glowing, murmuring artworks.
It's fair to say that those stunning coastal locations will forever remain in the hearts of all those who ventured out to see this truly poignant art work.
Make Your Contribution
What will also remain is a wonderful record of loves in the UK in this momentous year. You can still be part of the project by making a contribution to the Peace Camp website which has already received over 1,000 entries from the public and continues to grow.
You can take part in Peace Camp by nominating a love poem, making a personal dedication or uploading your own recording or photo inspired by love. Your contributions will help us to create a portrait of love in the UK in 2012. This collection will be archived by the British Library to provide a permanent snapshot of the nation in 2012.
Click here to make your contribution now.
Still want more?
If you enjoyed your Peace Camp experience make sure you keep in touch with us at Artichoke for news of our future projects. You can: