The City of Toronto’s Outside the Box program is wrapping traffic cabinet boxes with the work of local artists.

The City of Toronto’s Outside the Box program is wrapping traffic cabinet boxes with the work of local artists.

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  1. jamesskaar reblogged this from thisbigcity and added:
    yep, halifax municipality in nova scotia does it too. it’s probably going to be extremely common in a few years.
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    Cool idea! Hey Omaha….first silos, next, traffic boxes?
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