Couple Makes Long-Distance Relationship Work By Creating Combo Photos Of Their Lives
Long distance relationships can be hard. So why not ease the burden with a cooperative art project? “Half&Half” is a project by the duo ShinLiArt. The couple snaps pictures while they’re on video chat, and later compose them into one. Two halves join to show that while the lovers might be miles apart, they are still together.
SihinLiArt is composed of Danbi Shin, currently based in New York, and Seok Li, based in Seoul. There’s a 14 hour time difference between their locations, but that’s no barrier for love – or art! Plus, the proceeds that come from their art projects are donated to art education.
Here are Danbi Shin and Seok Li
They’re in an extremely long distance relationship!
Shin now lives in New York
While Danbi is located at Seoul, South Korea
One of their secrets to keeping the relationship going?
Cooperative art project!
They take these pictures while they’re chatting on a video call.
The pictures are then joined
One half shows New York, the other – Seoul
Two different cities, one life!
They call this project “Half&Half”
The couple also forms the art duo ShinLiArt
Best of luck to them!