Make sure you read the instructions carefully next time you’re about to press the button at a crosswalk. Total Crisis Panic Button was installed all over Los Angeles by Jason Eppink. That project inspired the second two, put up by Ryan Laughlin in New Haven, CT.
We’ve seen street-side seat installation projects before, but this is a nice riff on the idea. When not in use, the seat is rotated upwards to act as a sign informing passerby of its potential use. Created by Ken Mori.
Written and directed by Vincent Fichard and Matthew Jones in Dubai in October 2007, this video sets out to prove that while parrots repeat, cars talk. The first minute shows the set up and is a little slow, gets good at 1:11.