ARTS & CULTURE

Intermission: Transforming A City Through Neon Bikes

08/26/2011 03:17 pm ET | Updated Oct 26, 2011

Any city dweller is well acquainted with the sight of abandoned bicycles that stay locked to poles for months, rusting away and slowly being stripped of all of their parts. In Toronto, Caroline Macfarlane and Vanessa Nicholas decided to do something about it. The artists paint bikes in cheerful neon colors, often adding planters to their baskets, and place them around the city.

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