Painting the Streets of Philly

Street Painting – Franklin’s Footpath / Photographer: Henry Groskinsky, 1972

Artist Gene Davis putting finishing touches on his 414-ft-long painting. “Franklin’s Footpath,” painted on the street in front of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

I don’t care how distracting this would be to drive on! We need streets like this in our cities. There would be so many more happy drivers.

Via Aqua-Velvet.

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One response to “Painting the Streets of Philly

  1. Liz

    Love this! So happy, you’re right. Would be fun to bike on, too!

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