Although coronavirus has managed to put a halt to the global exercises in less than a single year, there also happens to be multiple perspectives on the given situation. This pandemic has caused the bravest fighters to come forward on the frontline and help those who have seen the darkest days of their lives while suffering from the deadly virus having hopelessness engraved in their hearts. To make sure that these real-life superheroes get the credit for their selfless performances, an artist named Tom Croft put together around 700 portraits of the said fighters as a part of his initiative called #potraitsforNHSheroes.
The main purpose of this initiative is to make sure that every single person who has been a part of this pandemic since day one, realizes the importance of these frontline workers because when a person becomes selfless, he must be appreciated in every sense so he could enjoy the acknowledgment of his efforts. The exhibition put forth by Tom highlights the gravity of the situation and the people who are making a difference in this world by putting their lives at risk.
Covid-19 Frontline Warriors: Heroes without capes
Because of this extraordinary art creation by Tom Croft, Google Arts & Culture and many hospitals decided to acknowledge his work by providing him recognition for his work. Tom believes that through his artistic tribute, he can pay gratitude to the people who have proved to be heroes without capes in this distressing time.