Recently, Wallingford’s street murals, Bubbles the Turtle, and the Ladybug on 49th and Burke, were included in a photo essay on intersection art. The post, titled “Coloring Inside the Lines”, can be found on Sightline’s blog, Sightline Daily. Writer Alyse Nelson explains the origins of intersection art which started in the mid-1990s in Portland and provides some colorful examples.
You really should take a moment to read the article because are are some super cute ideas for communities beyond intersection art. I won’t give too much away but, c’mon, an exchange station here in Wallingford would be perfect.