Chicago artist Jim Bachor fills potholes with tile mosaics as an act of “tactical urbanism.” It’s technically illegal but his pieces are wildly popular.
Chicago artist Jim Bachor fills potholes with tile mosaics as an act of “tactical urbanism.” It’s technically illegal but his pieces are wildly popular. Photo courtesy of JN Bachor/Sactown Magazine
Chicago artist Jim Bachor fills potholes with tile mosaics as an act of “tactical urbanism.” It’s technically illegal but his pieces are wildly popular. Photo courtesy of JN Bachor/Sactown Magazine

Want to build a better Sacramento? Break the law, just a little bit

October 01, 2017 5:00 AM

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