New art parklet in front of Fabric8

Check out this sweet new parklet that just popped up in front of Fabric8, designed by Erik Otto. Built with recycled materials, it features planter boxes full of flowers, a color-changing light house, and four bean bag chairs. When completed, the parklet will serve as a neighborhood gallery of kid-friendly public art. Proposal sketches and more information are available here.

3 Responses to “New art parklet in front of Fabric8”

  1. MrEricSir says:

    Is that the Pizza Hacker’s FrankenWebber grill in the background?

  2. batman says:

    its a beautiful piece, i hope it last a while before it gets tagged on….

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