Using flowers to revive an abandoned house and show a whole neighborhood's willingness to bounce back
Florist Lisa Waud, assisted by colleagues, installed 36,000 flowers in an auctioned Detroit home. Usually, the "Motor Town" is known for the photographs of deserted streets and dilapidated buildings. The artistic initiative stands out and highlights the economic problems of the city, as well as the will of the inhabitants to bounce back and reclaim their lives.
Making people want to take another look at the public space around them with fashionable urban graffiti knit
Bringing out a network of charismatic inhabitants to recreate a dynamic in the popular neighborhoods