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Artist offers ‘Subway Therapy’ for New Yorkers regretting Trump triumph

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New Yorker’s regretting the catastrophe of Trump’s victory have finally found a solution to relieve their mind- by expressing their political souls onto sticky notes that fit walls of the Manhattan subway station.

Democrat candidate Hillary’s loss over Trump had bought many of her New York supporters in deep stress.

28 year-old Brooklyn artist Matthew Chavez set up a table in the long tunnel of Union Square station where he hand out the blank sticky notes for the free “Subway therapy” and encouraged the fellow New Yorkers to express themselves, artnet news reports

“A lot of people will see the wall, and they’ll just break down and start crying, and what’s been really beautiful about that is that when that happens, people give them hugs,” Chavez told the New York Times in a video.

Since Wednesday more than 1,800 have pasted their thought on the white subway tiles, Subway Therapy’s Instagram account claimed.

One poster reads “Make your voice heard. Organize . Commit . Take action”.

A call to action at #subwaytherapy located at the 14th street and 7th avenue subway station in a tunnel heading to the L

A photo posted by Delauno Hinson (@delaunohinson) on Nov 12, 2016 at 4:53am PST

“Immigrants make America great”, another post reads.

“Immigrants Make America Great” #Lovetrumpshate in #newyork #subwaytherapy

A photo posted by Ben Suazo (@justbsuaz) on Nov 12, 2016 at 12:07am PST

Some even quote the legendary singer Leonard Cohen, who passed away on Friday.

“Love’s the only engine to survival”.

Closeup on #subwaytherapy. New York’s communal post election expression.

A photo posted by Miranda Huba (@mirandahuba) on Nov 11, 2016 at 9:55pm PST

The American who lost the hope, even relied on the counter culture revolutionary John Lennon

“You may say I’m a dreamer, but I am not the only one”.

The colourful message board is a hope for everyone who still believes in democracy and hopes for a new day.