It’s a park.

This is fun and wonderfully upbeat. It’s great to see cohorts of people collaborating in such quirky, playful activism (re-)introducing human and more-than-human elements into the city. Proves constraints can engender opportunities – something Bush et al should remember when not considering carbon reduction targets.

via No Impact Man.

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