Residents transform a drab street lined by a concrete wall into a liveable place using potted plants and a public bench. Great tactical urbanism intervention!
Quebec man turns unfixed pothole in front of his house into garden
When a pothole appeared in front of Stéphan Vigneault’s Gatineau, Que., home, he took it upon himself to fill it with dirt — and then flowers. The Post‘s Kyla Garvey spoke to the guerrilla gardener on Tuesday:
When did you first plant the garden?
Last summer I first planted it with a neighbour at night, filled the pothole. We did it at night so that people walked by in the morning and would be surprised by it. We chose a night without moon, and did it. This year we planted it again two weeks ago.
(Stéphan Vigneault/Family Photo)
the first wall I paint with spray cans, Kingston, NY
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I don’t usually post this type of link, but I have had a bad day.
mirror step, 2013
custom made mirror fixed to a concrete step
found this today
Yarn bomb sighting on a walk today!