When thinking about a pedestrian crossing, your first thought is boring plain white lines, right? When our urban environments are surrounded by lifeless concrete, sometimes we need to express ourselves artistically and go outside the guidelines. These tedious pedestrian crossings have been transformed into inspiring Street Art and Advertising.
Turning a plain pedestrian crossing into something eye-catching and unusual can be a great way to advertise various companies and work well when highlighting impressive works of street art some people may not notice elsewhere.
Street art can sometimes be interpreted as offensive and illegal, but these 28 Unbelievable Pedestrian Crossing Street Art showcases some fun and colorful ideas. Check out these latest street art crossings from around the world!
01. Domino Crosswalk
02. Crosswalk That Tells You To Look Both Ways
03. Floating Pedestrian Crosswalk
04. Fun Green And White Crosswalk In Minnesota
05. Rail track And Bullet Crosswalk By Artist Roadsworth
06. North American Giant Footprint
07. Oakland Chinatown Criss-Crossed Crosswalk
08. McDonald’s Crosswalk Ads In Switzerland
09. Jumbled Up Crossing In Serbia
10. Clever Crosswalk Advertisement ” Speed And You’ll End Up Behind Bars”
11. Musical Piano Chopin Crossing
12. I Love You Crosswalk In China, Perfect For Lovers And Wedding Photos
13. Peanut Abbey Road Snoopy Crosswalk
14. Cutlery Crosswalk In Yorkton
15. Colorful Wynwood Ways Crosswalk In Miami
16. Crosswalk Design Sentieri Art In New York
17. Musical Bar Crosswalk
18. Amazing Crosswalk In Highlandtown
19. A Somewhat Morbid Crosswalk Add For A Funeral Home
20. Half-Zipped Zipper Crosswalk In Baltimore
21. A Checkered Flag Crosswalk In From Of The Charlotte NASCAR Hall OF Fame
22. A Cheerful Crossing In Front Of An Elementary School
23. Bubble Crosswalk In Slovenia
24. An Upbeat Rainbow Crosswalk In Vancouver
25. Moving Crosswalk In North Carolina
26. Fun Hopscotch Crosswalk In Baltimore
27. Fish-Bone Crosswalk By Street Artist Roadsworth
Photos Source: Public Domains
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