PRO TIP: BARRIERS AS A CANVAS 1
Whether you’re using wooden crates for a pop-up or jersey barriers for interim design projects, barrier elements can be used as a canvas allowing you to share a message, thank sponsors, or integrate public art into the project. The four images to the left illustrate how wooden crates (see spec sheet on page 36) were used to not only protect people bicycling, but to also thank project sponsors by spray painting their logos onto the planters with a stencil.
Above: A volunteer spray paints sponsor logos on the side of the wooden crate (Atlanta Regional Commission). Below: Planters branded with project sponsor logos were then used to create a barrier between people driving and people cycling in Atlanta, GA (Street Plans).
MATERIALS PALETTE · Barrier Elements · 37
The only materials and design guidance for Tactical Urbanist demonstration, pilot, and interim design projects. Funded by the James L. Knigh...