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These Mini-Mosaics Fill the Void Left by Potholes

By: Michael Baxter - Published: • References: bachor & psfk
These mini-mosaics are clearing up one of the most annoying parts of driving -- potholes. Rather than just filling the potholes with concrete or something else though, they're filling the potholes with art. Jim Bachor is the name of the artist and he's filling the streets we frequent with something a bit more attractive.

If you wait for the local government to fix your pothole problem, you're more than likely to be stuck with them for a long time; if you contract your local artists though you'll probably get it done faster, funnier and much more interesting.

Regardless of who's job it is to fill the holes in though, it can be agreed upon that no potholes are much better. Stats for Urban Pothole Art Trending: This Quarter & Mild
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