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Cutlery Crosswalk Art in Yorkton, Saskatchewan, Canada; "Crosswalk art was immediately recognized by the Godfrey Dean Art Gallery as an opportunity for an innovative, whimsical and useful public art project. Working with Yorkton designer Kelly Litzenberger of MEEP Creative Agency, three designs were created and approved for the first crosswalks: cutlery, piano keys, and neckties."

Cutlery Crosswalk Art in Yorkton, Saskatchewan, Canada; "Crosswalk art was immediately recognized by the Godfrey Dean Art Gallery as an opportunity for an innovative, whimsical and useful public art project. Working with Yorkton designer Kelly Litzenberg

Overtown Pedestrian Mall, Miami

Week This colorful pedestrian road also provides niches for people to sit at to enjoy the view

Ten More Creative Crosswalks

Crosswalks, zebra crossings and other such pedestrian right-of-ways are as much a part of modern society as bar codes, and show just as much clever variation.

Painted crosswalks by Carlos Cruz-Diez

Miami Biennale and WADA’s ‘Wynwood Ways’, a collaboration to make the neighborhood a more pedestrian-friendly cultural destination.

Lafayette Elementary’s Crosswalk in Seattle, Washington - photo by West Seattle Blog, via weburbanist

Crosswalks, zebra crossings and other such pedestrian right-of-ways are as much a part of modern society as bar codes, and show just as much clever variation.

Sundial in Maastricht, Netherlands. Via Slow Ottawa.

Sundial in Maastricht. Click image for details & visit the Slow Ottawa 'Tactical Urbanism' board for more clever hacks.

25+ Unbelievable Pedestrian Crossing Street Art                                                                                                                                                                                 More

25+ Unbelievable Pedestrian Crossing Street Art

Arte en la calle

Crosswalk Art I’m a big believer in promoting walkable urbanism, places where people can stop relying on expensive cars (which not everyone can afford to own anyway) and walk or bike more.

Traffic Light Tree in London, UK designed by Pierre Vivant features 75 sets of traffic lights in total

This bit of public art blends nature with traffic in one confusing sculture. It s Pierre Vivant’s Traffic Light Tree. A giant sculpture of fully-functioning traffic lights in London. For some reason it s parked next to a roundabout near Canary Wharf.

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