When streets tell the truth about people riding in cars (and on bikes)
It’s pretty lame that cars “own” most roads in America, which is why we’re such fans of spontaneous street art that aims to take back the streets for bikes and pedestrians. Maybe you shouldn’t take things to the extreme of, say, painting your own bike lane (we know you’re just dropping a big hint to city council).
But that doesn’t mean you can’t paint the truth on the streets, as artist Peter Drew did here:
Photo: Carlton Reid via Flickr, Art: Peter Drew
Have you seen other amazing street art like this that speaks for folks on spokes (or folks on their feet)? Send ’em my way and maybe you’ll see them featured here on Grist. (Photo first spotted on BoingBoing.)
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