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Funny pictures about Brilliant Urban Interventions by OakOak. Oh, and cool pics about Brilliant Urban Interventions by OakOak. Also, Brilliant Urban Interventions by OakOak.

Harmen de Hoop A hand-painted sign placed in an open, sandy section of a larger stone tile plaza in front of a supermarket. It's the place where normally a tree stands. That was not yet the case here. I used a rake to suggest some farming/gardening activity and placed the sign. To make the passer-by think about how we get our food (from the supermarket) not actually knowing that much about it (not all children realize that a steak comes from a cow).

HARMEN DE HOOP - illegal public art spaces and interventions (Eeeeek - I love this so much!

Mit Augenzwinkern: Kann man besser auf Schlaglöcher aufmerksam machen?

Juliana Santacrus Herrera has come up with a clever idea. Using the art of yarn bombing, she's filled in large crack up and down the streets of Paris with handmade fabric fixtures.

Never thought we’d associate the word pothole with delicious, but there’s a first for everything. Mosaic artist Jim Bachor is taking on the unique project of filling potholes and turning them into tasty works of art, appropriately named “Treats in the Streets.”

These Potholes Are Getting A Sweet Makeover

Mosaic artist Jim Bachor is taking on the unique project of filling potholes and turning them into tasty works of art, named "Treats in the Streets.

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