Tinder Helps Swipers Fake Vacations Now

Tinder Helps Swipers Fake Vacations Now

Go around the world...kind of.

By Hilary Sheinbaum

Honest relationships should be about transparency, but your dating app profile doesn’t have to be 100 percent accurate – at least when it comes to vacation photos, anyway.

Delta, in partnership with Tinder, unveiled a series of painted walls on Wythe Ave., in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, with a number of coveted backdrops from around the world. Passerbys can pose among the Eiffel Tower, red London phone booths and Dutch tulips, with the option of posting snapshots to personal social media accounts and dating apps.

London, I couldn't stay away. 😉 Well done, @ashlearamirez! #DeltaDatingWall #MAIP2017

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Some photos are taken in hopes of attracting soulmates while others are just for fun. At the very least, it’s Instagram fodder. (Find your next girlfriend or boyfriend by searching the hashtag #DeltaDatingWall)
In total, there are nine locations featured: France, Russia, The Netherlands, Switzerland, Mexico, Hawaii, and California. 

✈️✈️✈️❤️❤️❤️ #deltadatingwall #deltaproud #delta #williamsburgbrooklyn #newyork

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Andrew Rae, best known for his art in The New Yorker, and other illustrious publications, added his touch to the wall as well. The display is exhibited from now until summer’s end.

When you get the travel bug thanks to the #DeltaDatingWall on Wythe and N 10th in Brooklyn 🖤✈️ @delta #ad

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Hopefully those single New Yorkers looking for love can couple up and take a romantic trip together …somewhere dreamier than Brooklyn.

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