Tell Your Communities Story with Images
Local Indigenous Artist Dionne Paul and and Lindsey Kyoko Adams, kicked off National Aboriginal History Month June 1st with a spectacular new pictograph themed crosswalk at Cowrie Street and Trail Avenue intersection in Sechelt on Sunshine Coast BC Canada which tells the origin story of the shíshálh Nation.
Adams’ Bees and Flower Crosswalks design is based on the theme of pollination, and features a vibrant depiction of bumblebees and pink dogwood blooms. “I love how colour can enliven a space, and I hope this design reminds people of the beauty and importance of pollinators to our lives and ecosystem.” – Lindsey Kyoko Adams
TrafficPattrns Decorative Asphalt:
TrafficPatterns® is a design flexible and durable preformed thermoplastic material that is inlaid into imprinted asphalt pavement using StreetHeat® asphalt reheating technology. The process of inlaying TrafficPatterns® into asphalt protects it from wear and ensures that it retains its bold look for years.
Commissioned by the District of Sechelt, 2020
Location: Cowrie Street & Trail Ave, Sechelt BC
Products: TrafficPatterns Thermoplastic
Installation Date: Spring 2022
Materials supplied by: HUB Surface Systems
Other Decorative Asphalt Applications
The Alexandra Greenway, community public art and beatification project in Richmond BC, was created by the Bagua Artist Association. The installation utilizes DuraTherm, a design flexible and durable preformed thermoplastic material that is inlaid into imprinted asphalt.