Chicago Artist Jim Bachor combines Ancient Art and Potholes

Chicago Artist and Designer Jim Bachor uses the ancient art of mosaics to fill in and beautify potholes around the cities he visits. Having studied extensively in Italy, he now sells his pieces all over the world, one pothole at a time.

 

His tongue-and-cheek and playful mosaics bring cheer and functionality to the city and its pedestrians. One of his works, “This is not a pothole anymore” is a perfect example of his desire to liven up the streets and start conversations.

 

From ice cream sandwiches to delightfully obvious remarks (mentioned above), Jim’s ‘Treats in the Streets’ collection is the stuff of whimsy, evoking nostalgia at simpler, happier times when things were shiny and new, and certainly not full of potholes.

 

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Photo and Mosaic: Jim Bachor

Photo and Mosaics: Jim Bachor

 

*Featured Image: Jim Bachor

 

 

 

Rose Huet
Rose Huet

Rose Huet has always had a keen interest in all things worldly. Described as a curator of experiences, she has an insatiable thirst for adventure and cultural immersion. After moving back home from her six-month stay in England, she decided to enrol at the Visual College of Art and Design in Vancouver, studying fashion and travel journalism.

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