Another round of messages appeared over the city today, and Angelenos captured it on Twitter.
If you looked up this afternoon you would have seen more unifying messages filling the L.A. skies. The giant skywriting was seen right across the city with residents in DTLA, Hollywood, Burbank, Santa Monica, and Irvine having reported seeing them.
Skytypers—the family-run business behind it all— has taken it upon themselves to inspire a little positivity amongst locals. The uplifting gesture gave everyone a reason to pop their heads outside and share a moment together.
At the beginning of April, the skywriters wrote messages like “We will get through this” and “Stay home.” Almost a month later and they’re back again with new encouraging words like “Thank you grocery and healthcare workers,” “❤️ First responders” and “Stay strong LA.”
If you missed it, don’t worry, Twitter users covered it from every angle.
We have one job #StayStrongLA #LifeInTheTimeOfCorona https://t.co/6q7XnbggWS
— Imeraldgurl (@Imeraldgurl) April 26, 2020
Skywriting over the Valley. #StayStrongLA pic.twitter.com/cIFNQWvpW7
— David Coggeshall (@DavidCoggeshall) April 25, 2020
thank you to whoever did this today, we loved it #StayStrongLA 💙 pic.twitter.com/kzFSUUV7SR
— Laura Perlongo (@LauraPerlongo) April 26, 2020
#StayStrongLA a treatise in the sky #together #LALove and #thanks pic.twitter.com/1YjM8rKlAG
— Elizabeth Banks (@ElizabethBanks) April 25, 2020
Spotted in the skies above West LA #staystrongLA pic.twitter.com/SH3IVpTW8H
— Rich DeMuro (@richdemuro) April 25, 2020
Thanks grocery store heroes #staystrongla pic.twitter.com/HVOkg2M7sH
— Melissa DePino (@missydepino) April 25, 2020
Skywriting over Ktown today: we love ❤️ LA’s best & bravest #FirstResponders #StayStrongLA pic.twitter.com/8zSJ8XtFnL
— 🆂🅷Ⓐ🆁🅺🅴🆈🇺🇸🇬🇧🇮🇪🇪🇺🇮🇱 (@alixsharkey) April 25, 2020
Spotted on my vitamin D outing today. #StayStrongLA 😊👌🏼 pic.twitter.com/2RzF5oJxTE
— Amanda Hahn-Peters (@AHahnPeters) April 26, 2020
Thank you to everyone working tirelessly to get us through this – from our doctors and nurses to delivery drivers and grocery workers, we THANK YOU!#StayStrongLA https://t.co/9j7gpUEcFr
— Rebekah Radice (@RebekahRadice) April 25, 2020
According to this Facebook post, you can send your own message over the next 2 weeks by sending it to 1-888-SKYTYPE. This may explain the wordy messages seen in the latest round.