Much like the change of heart seen over pedestrian only Times Square, New Yorkers apparently love the one year old bike share program. Decried by some as ugly, dangerous and even totalitarian, the success of the program should embolden other communities to look at their own implementations.
More photos of painted benches which started out as a $500 project idea in January.
The bench project in Cocoa Village is underway. Artists have begun painting benches in the Riverfront Park area of the Village. Keep an eye out for an unveiling event in the next couple of weeks for the benches. http://www.cocoamainstreet.org/#!cocoa-village-artworks/ctsu
A $500 project from Cocoa, FL materializes. Well done!
Similar to the RainWorks project in Seattle. Cool stuff!
Boston's sidewalks are covered in secret poems you can only see when it rains.
Wonderful and historic love note for Rotterdam.
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