Chicago artist Jim Bachor has come up with a novel solution for repairing some of the city's 600,000 potholes, he fills them with gorgeous floral mosaics. Bachor's guerilla mosaics are inspired by those found in the streets of Italy. These pothole mosaics have a couple of main purposes. Not only do they bring some beauty to the streets of Chicago, they also highlight a real issue, so that hopefully the people in charge will take notice and start putting more effort into improving the city's roads. Either way, they look awesome. Check them out!
Website: Jim Bachor
This is such an excellent way of filling in dangerous and unsightly potholes. Go Jim!