We’ve been seeing a lot of “i love you” popping up around lower Manhattan these past six months, especially in the Lower East Side, Nolita, Soho and the East Village. It’s unkown to whom, individually, this message is directed besides the public. But its essense is positive, a reminder, perhaps, that “out there,” somebody loves somebody, at least so much so that somebody felt compelled to scrawl it on walls across downtown New York City. And that can’t be so bad, right?

Ivan Corsa Photo