How often do we see commuters seeking public assistance to reach their destinations in foreign places? With New York getting wider owing to haphazardly newer constructions, visitors, more often than not, find it difficult to locate the landing place of their clueless journey. However, a piece of functional art, designed by Bobby Genalo and Alberto Brizio of Play Something helps visitors and viewers create their own transportation system or just get more accustomed to NY routes.
Dubbed as Commute, the interactive work of art includes several pieces made from ecologically harvested wood from Pennsylvania which are further tied with a sustainable rope. With their aim to keep its footprint as lower as is possible, each piece flaunts local fabrication. Commute, aside from representing five boroughs of New York, invites users’ involvement to design a transportation system that suits their liking.
Available on PlaySomething’s online shop, only 100 Commute artpieces are for grabs as of now.