I was strolling along Higgins Avenue in downtown Missoula this weekend and noticed a few traffic light signal boxes roped off and being painted. And I thought to myself, “What a spiffy little project.”

Today I found out the rest of the story in the Missoulian. According to the article, six traffic boxes around town were painted by Missoula County artists as an initiative by the city’s Public Art Committee. I tip my hat to the committee and the artists–thanks for brightening up the city.

Read the entire article here.

August 31, 2009

Related: Arts and Culture, Missoula


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