Fist Bump with Traffic Signals – Design You Trust

Fist Bump with Traffic Signals


Walking up to this traffic you need to greet by a fist bump otherwise you wouldn’t be able to cross the street. The project called the Walkbump was created in Los Angeles by Alfredo Adán.


The solution proposed by the guy, except of being interesting and raising interest of passers-by, is also more hygienic than the standard button.


If you want more awesome content, subscribe to 'Oh, Design You Trust,' our brand new Facebook page! Trust me, you won't be disappointed.

More Inspiring Stories

A Whimsical Collection Of Outdoor Lamps With A Gardening Theme
The World’s First Line Of Dolls With Disabilities Is Now On The Market
Australian Guy Made A 1:1 Scale Zelda Bike For Nintendo Labo
A Designer and Engineer Have Created a Rideable Piece of Luggage
Fallen Leaves Transform Into Works Of Art
Artist Builds Articulating Pneumatic Wings Fit for a Human
When Hijab Was Not In Force, Vintage Photographs Show How Iranian Women Dressed In The 1960s And 1970s
Street Artist Greg Suits Turns An Abandoned Building Into A Giant Skull
Artist Liz Sexton Turns Little Animals Into Human Scale
Balloon Pin House, Great Place To Store Map Or Noticeboard Pins
You Can Sit And Hide Inside This HUSH Pod By Freyja Sewell
Clever Redesign Of McDonald’s Takeaway Bag Lets You Eat A Big Mac Without Mess Read
Hilariously Terrible But Beautiful Hedgehog Cake Fails
Absolutely Superb Ground Meat Sculptures by Kieran Gormley
Bathers Changing Clothes Using the ‘Skreenette’ at the Public Beach, 1929
Rude Message To Donald Trump Appears As A Crop Circle On Stoke Mandeville Farm
Italian Artist Recreates Famous Roman Emperors Through His Realistic Sculptures
Transparent Sculptures Explore the Depth of Human Emotion
Baker Turns Loaves of Bread into Adorably Sleepy “Catloaf”
Artist Creates Breakfast Moment Of Zen With Awesome Japanese Rock Garden Toast
This Handy ‘Emergency Nap Kit’ Lets You Catch Up On Your Sleep On The Go
Italian Artist Proves Tattoos Look Good On More Than People’s Skin By Putting Them On His Sculptures
Hyperrealistic Snake Canes Look Like They're About To Bite You
Artist Creates Surreal Translucent Glass Sculptures Inspired By Cell Division