Artistic Urban Renewal: Making the Ordinary Extraordinary in Wellington

Artistic Urban Renewal: Making the Ordinary Extraordinary in Wellington
Design

Wellington, New Zealand is using urban spaces as canvases to provoke public opinions or promote young artists.

Sarah Martin
  • 6 october 2009

Traffic light signal boxes? Lamp posts? Public buses? Usually these are ordinary, neutral features of a city. However, New Zealand is taking this to a whole new level – using these urban spaces as canvases to provoke public opinions or promote young artists.

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