Colorful And Artistic Crosswalks Are Showing Up On The Streets Of Madrid – Design You Trust

Colorful And Artistic Crosswalks Are Showing Up On The Streets Of Madrid


Rafael Perez Martinez

Bulgarian artist Christo Guelov has been turning the crosswalks in Madrid, Spain, into fun and colorful art pieces.

Named ‘Funnycross’, his designs add a touch of color to the urban environment, and use simple geometrical designs and saturated colors to create vibrant, attention-getting crosswalks, perfect for making them easily visible by car.

More info: Christo Guelov (h/t: contemporist)


Rafael Perez Martinez


Rafael Perez Martinez


Rafael Perez Martinez


Rafael Perez Martinez


Rafael Perez Martinez


Rafael Perez Martinez


Rafael Perez Martinez


Rafael Perez Martinez


Rafael Perez Martinez


Rafael Perez Martinez


Rafael Perez Martinez


Rafael Perez Martinez


Rafael Perez Martinez


Rafael Perez Martinez

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