I love this image of the “Wallybug” that the Seattle Times published today. The Wallybug was my first real community organizing and placemaking project, completed right after grad-school on the intersection where I lived. It was also the first intersection painting in Seattle (inspired by City Repair in Portland).
It is wonderful to see its graphic elegance and character from this vantage.
I have since moved away, but after 14 years it is still getting an annual refresh from the neighbors, many of whom first got to know each other through this project. Long live the Wallybug!