Guerrilla Public Service
One day while going back home to his artist residency at the Brewery Arts Colony, Richard Ankrom noticed that the 5 freeway wasn't properly marked on the 110 north. This simple action would have cleared up a lot of confusion and slow down that happens in that specific spot. So he decided to do a sort of Guerrilla public service and the opposite of graffiti, the dude changed a chaotic freeway into a slightly more cleared up chaotic one.
Guerrilla Public Service from richard ankrom on Vimeo.
It's pretty crazy that the sucker stood up there for eight years. But hey, I guess when you put on a hardhat and a reflective vest, you could pretty much do anything on the freeways.
Makes you think that not all vandalism is bad.
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