<body> Public Ad Campaign: In Poland, a young artist transforms an abandoned bus shelter into a giant herbarium
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Wednesday, January 22, 2020

In Poland, a young artist transforms an abandoned bus shelter into a giant herbarium

Not anti-advertising, but in one of our favorite city locations.

VIA: Creapills


A little green, in the middle of a concrete city : it always stands out. But what better way to bring a little nature into the lives of its inhabitants? This is a well thought out initiative, both artistic and meaningful. We explain to you! More [HERE]

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