Baltimore installs artistic crosswalks

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As part of an effort to increase the amount of art in public spaces, the City of Baltimore, Maryland is installing artistic crosswalks at various intersections in the city.

So far, two crosswalks have been completed. Artist Paul Bertholet created a crosswalk which looks like a giant zipper opening, and Graham Coreil-Allen designed a crosswalk that is a big hopscotch.
Artistic crosswalks

Artistic crosswalks

Artistic crosswalks

Artistic crosswalks

Artistic crosswalks

Artistic crosswalks

Artistic crosswalks

Artistic crosswalks

Artistic crosswalks

Artistic crosswalks

Tags: Paul Bertholet Graham Coreil-Allen public space crosswalk city zipper big hopscotch design giant art
Posted by creoflick 7 years, 5 months ago from: www.paulbertholet.com/; http://grahamprojects.com

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