Art Is Made To Be Seen
Six crosswalk art installations have been placed throughout the District. The art installations utilize the Ginkgo, Rose and Deco art design, and have a teal background color. The crew contracted to execute the installations also repainted the existing crosswalks.
All crosswalk installations were placed near arty institutions (the Pacific Asia Museum, the Pasadena Museum of California Art, the Pasadena Playhouse, Laemmle’s, Vroman’s, the Boston Court Performing Arts Center, and the Ice House). The art is seen clearly both day and night (click on images to enlarge).
Congratulations to the PDA on bringing art to the streets -literally- and for beautifying the pedestrian environment while highlighting the art institutions of the Playhouse District. We expect nothing less from a district that never ceases to surprise us with its innovative ideas to add more beauty to a beautiful city.
We can’t wait to “see” what their future project will be.
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