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art covers function…

A local observation, that was pleasant, today in Portland, Oregon. We have adjacent to traffic intersections, governed by traffic signals, metal cabinets/boxes (house the controls & tech gizmos) that are usually a drab grey or light green and suitable for the ever present graffiti scroll of some covert ‘artist’. Today, I noticed a nicer presentation upon such a box…a typical Pacific NW Forest scene. It was a refreshing display…the only one like it I’ve seen thus far.

traffic lights-control box-design-SwittersB


2 Responses to “art covers function…”


  1. March 12, 2016 at 6:35 AM

    Very nice, they should do all of these in the same manner – like a picture, surrounded by nature.

  2. March 10, 2016 at 8:18 AM

    wow interesting! I love Oregon!


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