Cherry Blossoms Bloom on Any Street with Google Maps Hack
Lux brings beautiful sakura trees to the PSFK offices (and beyond)
During the month of April, from Tokyo to cities as far as Istanbul, Vancouver and Washington D.C, people gather outside to enjoy blooming cherry trees, which blanket parks, streets, and public spaces with their soft pink flowers. For those who can’t find such foliage nearby, Japanese cosmetics brand Lux has hacked Google Maps to bring cherry blossoms to any street.
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