Felix Morelo hits the spot.

June 4, 2010 at 10:56 am 1 comment

Most projects intended for the public try (in varying degrees) to influence their users to experience preconceived actions and thoughts. The recent chalk pieces by Felix Morelo in New York just do it a little more overtly (and humorously) than some:

June 4’s daily design idea is remove the ambiguity, try being extra direct with your message. And remember to write loudly!

See more of Felix’s work on the Union Square sidewalks or at felixmorelo.com. Photos by Gisela Garrett.

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