Potholes are an urban epidemic in any city — and Paris is no exception. The street eyesores that are the woe for any driver and/or pedestrian can be repaired, but artist Juliana Santacruz Herrera has found her own special way to repair the holes — with a tad bit more style. Using dyed, braided, and coiled cloth, she fills the potholes strategically to create guerilla-like street art that is not only fun to look at but it alleviates the pain of potholes. Click the link below for more photos.
[Source: EcoFabulous.com ]