Guerrilla Pedestrians Paint Crosswalks on Perilous Streets Guerrilla Pedestrians Paint Crosswalks on Perilous Streets
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Guerrilla Pedestrians Paint Crosswalks on Perilous Streets

by Sasha Jones

August 13, 2010

As the rest of the city watched the World Cup, Brazilian activists painted pedestrian lines around car-clogged Sao Paolo. The urban repair squad hammered home their point with makeshift signs reminding drivers, "Slow Down, Lives Around."

More photos (via Urban Repair Squad @ Apocalipse motorizado) at Treehugger.
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