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Asphalt Art Gallery

Explore images and videos of our Asphalt Art Initiative projects


The City of Glasgow, Scotland, commissioned artist Gabriela Marcella to reimagine the forgotten space at the entrance to Anderston Station, a major commuter hub and the nexus of major bike and pedestrian routes underneath an imposing highway bridge. Learn more about this project.

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The City of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, introduced artful structural changes to a confusing five-way intersection in the Cabbage Hill neighborhood, creating a space that is easier to safely navigate for pedestrians, bikers, and cars.

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As part of the Mayor of London’s “Let’s Do London” tourism campaign, launched after the height of the Covid-19 pandemic, 11 crosswalks on the major thoroughfare of Tottenham Court Road were reimagined by artist Yinka Ilori with distinctive, playful designs featuring bright colors and shapes. Learn more about this project.

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The City of Reno, Nevada, transformed 18,000 square feet of underutilized concrete into a revitalized event plaza, made vibrant and welcoming by artist Brad Carney’s “Locomotion” mural. Learn more about this project.

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Learn more about the projects featured in the videos below.


Learn more about the projects featured in the images below.


For inspiration and tips for the creation of art on roadways and public places, download the Bloomberg Associates Asphalt Art Guide which features successful plaza and roadway art activations around the world, as well as key steps for developing such projects.

Asphalt Art Guide