(CNN)From the crowded streets of the Kibera slum to the steamy Mombasa coast, a peculiar trend has emerged across Kenya.
Mosques are changing their traditional green facades, churches ditching their typical modest hues and are opting instead for a loud, unmistakable — some may say ostentatious — yellow.
The project, called Color in Faith, is an effort to bring together Kenya’s religious communities and is spearheaded by Columbian-American artist Yazmany Arboleda and his Kenyan counterpart Nabila Alibhai.
Religious leaders say the yellow makeover serves as a symbol.
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