NYC Dept. Of Transportation Curates Street Art

NYC Dept. Of Transportation Curates Street Art
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Dave Pinter, PSFK
  • 3 march 2008

The New York City Department of Transportation unveiled the first work of it’s new Temporary Art Program last week in Dumbo. The work is a large mural titled Nature Matching Systems by Tattfoo Tan. Tan held workshops and collaborated with neighborhood school children to paint the 550+ squares who’s colors were derived from fruits and vegetables they chose. Tan hopes the creative experience inspires healthier eating in the students and serves as a reminder to everyone to consume your daily recommended dose of color.

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