LONDON — It was a grey, rainy and cold morning for most of the city Monday, but people crossing the Thames via London Bridge were given something to smile about thanks to a colourful art installation.
The rainbow footpath was created by Spark Your City, a new movement that’s dedicated to transforming ordinary city routines and landmarks into “extraordinary living playgrounds.” The group collaborated with BBC 1 presenter Gemma Cairney who said the initiative aimed to cheer people up on a “gloomy Monday morning.”
The installation, which is very Mario Cart rainbow road, is only on the bridge for one day.
— Haje Jan Kamps (@Haje) June 22, 2015
Article by: Blathnaid Healy