Pennsylvania Artists Reimagine Potholes

Artists from The Pop Up Studio challenge community to turn pesky potholes in to fun works of art.
1:46 | 05/15/14

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-- -- extra turning -- those from a problem into a pleasure. There's lots here in New York city's artists that are Indian group of artists in Scranton Pennsylvania began re imagining of -- -- as works of art. Well look and god cannot help Honduran bucket I wouldn't trust eating out of that hole but I -- -- I probably would. When did eat if someone weight went we have breaking news don't want -- -- according. It's probably tasted like this -- but there was an accident flavoring and right now I don't know jumping control room told more about the smoking. You know -- looks pretty. I didn't party detonated particle board or any of -- -- what could I. That however army she's written in politics but yeah. Putting up more odious it -- -- -- -- that is that the info oysters -- oysters -- to -- them there yet but the isn't. Oh yeah but now is Diana like it that's what a couple should be ways oh yeah see them I mean there aren't enough public -- -- -- -- intimate -- here. -- -- -- -- Still -- only if you think of that as like you know not a good things have to see some actually making the most -- Are having to humor about the fact that you've written in our New York City but if that's still ever try to drink hot coffee and I had gotten that down my arms and once you run moaning you hold it in the -- -- -- -- couple I really helping. We have done a better know I know but it's not even that hot and I did in and I even leave room not from milk but for potholes it definitely got -- Room for bottles every time -- support my wrist is sticky from all of that coffee this past. Have you stopped drinking coffee milk and I -- I will -- and what we have therefore it will happen but could that happen.

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