In his final year of Graphic Design, at the University of Brighton, Pete Dungey has created a series of installations on British roads to highlight the dire need for road maintenance.

In his final year of Graphic Design, at the University of Brighton, Pete Dungey has created a series of installations on British roads to highlight the dire need for road maintenance. Planting tiny flowerbeds within the numerous surface imperfections along Britain's roads, Dungey states;

If we planted one of those in every hole, it would be like a forest in the road.

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[Pete Dungey via AngusWhines and Oh Joy]

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