Thursday, August 4, 2011
The Heidelberg Project Light: Unusual street decor in downtown Detroit
The fact that these black canvas sneaks have been dangling from a light post at the corner of Second and Lafayette for weeks – maybe even months – presents some pretty interesting questions, and perhaps a few ideas as to how city officials might approach future streetscaping projects.
Our first thought goes across town to the famous Heidelberg Project, the street-art sanctuary that's become known around the world by many, but remains foreign to many locals – Kage included. We'll get there eventually.
In the meantime, we continue to keep our eyes peeled while wandering downtown, always on the look out for stuff you never expect to see – like a pair of black flat-soles strung to a traffic light. Click here to browse some of the other stuff we've come across.