Doing Anonymous Public Good is the New Street Art

Doing Anonymous Public Good is the New Street Art
Dan Gould
  • 24 september 2008

Standing and waiting for a subway to come is an experience many of us can relate to. Not having a place to sit and rest in such urban areas is all to common of an experience. The Take A Seat project is a guerrilla initiative that remedy’s this lack of seating by rescuing old chairs and placing them on subway platforms for tired travelers. Such a cool and commendable thing to do. What else could be spontaneously done to improve city life on such a simple level?

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