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Parking Lot Graffiti Reminds Drivers To Look Behind Them When Reversing

Parking Lot Graffiti Reminds Drivers To Look Behind Them When Reversing
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Street artist Ernest Zacharevic created lifelike images of children playing in a parking lot in Brussels to promote safe driving.

Emma Hutchings
  • 29 october 2012

Street artist Ernest Zacharevic and the agency Happiness Brussels collaborated on a project for Toyota Belgium that confronted drivers with the dangers of maneuvering in reverse and highlighted the positive effect of rearview cameras.

Parking Lot Graffiti Reminds Drivers To Take A Second Look

As many car accidents happen while reversing, with cars being dented or scratched and children getting injured or killed, Zacharevic painted street art in a parking lot in Brussels that drivers would see when parking their cars.

Parking Lot Graffiti Reminds Drivers To Take A Second Look

The lifelike images on the walls showed children playing and featured the message ‘Protect what’s behind you.’ Check out the video below to learn more about the project:

Ernest Zacharevic

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