Look Like A World Traveler On Tinder With Delta's Dating Wall In Brooklyn

A picture is worth a thousand words — and with online dating, it can determine whether or not you get that right-swipe on Tinder. Post a picture with puppies? You're perceived as an animal lover. Use a picture of you taking shots on spring break? You're seen as a party animal. Now, you can look like a world traveler without spending a dime thanks to Delta Air Lines' #DeltaDatingWall in Brooklyn, New York.

In the airline's latest campaign, Delta has teamed up with creative agency Wieden + Kennedy New York to transform building walls in Williamsburg into nine breathtaking travel destinations for people to take selfies in front of and use on their dating profiles, according to Adweek.

The street art is a combination of illustrations by Andrew Rae and photos travel hot spots including Honolulu, Paris, Los Angeles, Pisa, London, Mexico City, Amsterdam, Moscow, and Zurich.

Delta will also partner with Tinder on June 17 to host an event where singles can get their pictures taken in front of the wall by a professional photographer.

According to Wieden + Kennedy, the campaign was inspired by the popularity of travel pictures on dating profiles. The agency found that 62 percent of men and 74 percent of women want a partner who has a mutual interest in travel; one in two singles say traveling is one of their favorite things to do; and one in two singles say going to a new city for a date would be exciting.

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