Stacked, piled

Over the past six unplanned months in the US, I’ve not had the chance to explore the streets as extensively as I would’ve liked. When given the chance to, though, I find myself reappraising the usual pieces of infrastructure that pedestrians used to share the space with. As our daily lives have changed – from where we stand, how we congregate, the goods we buy (and how they’re shipped), and where we park our vehicles, it has become more noticeable how these objects look while “at rest” and whether they are as agreeable in storage as they are in use.

Beyond American borders, see how and where objects live on the sidewalks of Amsterdam and Tokyo, and how the vibrancy of a sidewalks’ informal commercial life waxes and wanes in sync with annual holidays on the sidewalks of small-city China.

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