Artist Sketches Turn Urban Environments Into Playgrounds

Artist Sketches Turn Urban Environments Into Playgrounds
Design

George Zisiadis imagines a city where parking meters dispense gumballs and traffic lights are disco balls.

Kristen Nozell
  • 18 october 2013

Urban Imagination‘ is an ongoing series of sketches by San Francisco-based interactive artist George Zisiadis that reinvents everyday urban constructs, such as transportation and architecture, with a playful twist. The Harvard educated designer was also behind Boston’s ‘Pulse of the City‘ installation, which turned pedestrians’ heartbeats into unique melodies.

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