In 2010, the Easton Main Street Initiative began working with Mercantile Home on the city's "Snowflakes" project, a community arts program that decorated empty storefronts with thousands of handmade paper snowflakes.
Now, the two have teamed up again for "Faces of Easton," a new "program highlighting available properties while playfully proclaiming Easton's growth," according to a project news release.
"The Faces project was inspired, first and foremost, by the all diverse Eastonians whose unique personalities make living and working here so vibrant!" said Mercantile Home owner Ken Jones Jr. "Everyone is an individual here, so come and be an individual with us!"
With "Faces," Mercantile Home has designed a collection of, well, faces that have been stuck on the windows of 10 vacant downtown Easton properties, each of them with a cartoon word balloon saying things like "You said you needed space!" or "Look inside!"