Is there something you're not saying?  What have you left unsaid?


The death of someone we love or the end of a relationship can put us in a position where our words remain forever unspoken.  Or it can be that we're simply unable to say what we need to say the most to someone who is still around.

“Some of the messages are heartbreaking in their simplicity, while others are a chance for people to get something off their chest.”
Stylist Magazine

The staircase at the National Trust's Sutton House played host to thousands of messages showcasing the words that were left unsaid, contributed by visitors to Life. Death. Whatever. during October 2016.  Unsaid was then exhibited at the Dulwich Picture Gallery, Winchester University and can now be found at Redbridge Libraries in London.

We encourage you to send in whatever you've left unsaid in any form via the Unsaid website.  Whether that's postcard, post-it or just plain paper.  

Whatever you haven't said, say it here.

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