Recently, colorful works of art have been appearing within potholes along Chicago's deteriorated roadways. To make these scarred areas beautiful, artist
New Bench Rendering
Artist Candy Chang spray chalked "This would be a nice place for a tree" around Chinatown to jump start the Million Trees NYC program
Bright colors mark the building at 273 Western Avenue from almost a mile away. The house-turned-public art in Allston is part of a new initiative.
In cities across the globe, the gripe is the same: potholes take forever to get fixed and many never are. While some guerrilla activists have taken a more drastic approach, other have chosen a more subtle
40 engaging and innovative installations will be on display along San Francisco's Market Street during the Market Street Prototyping Festival October
The Story of Congress Square Park: How A Derelict Plaza Got a New Identity Downtown - Project for Public Spaces