Street Art: Typographical Bus Stop

August 14, 2014 in Street Art | 0 Comments

The bus stop was unveiled last month by artist collective mmmm…, a creative collaboration between Emilio Alarcón, Alberto Alarcón, Ciro Márquez, and Eva Salmerón, who have been designing public spaces in Madrid since 1998. This is their second project in the United States. Their wood and steel sculpture entitled BUS provides shelter for people from the sun and the rain, as well as provides a place to sit or lie down. Via the collective’s website:

“BUS is made with wood and steel, materials that are typically used to build urban furniture. The three letters of BUS are big enough to accommodate two to four people each and protect them from rain, sun, wind, and inclement weather. They allow people to assume different postures of sitting or standing while waiting for the bus. The S allows people to lie back while they wait, and the B provides shelter.”


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