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New York’s “Pothole Picasso,” Jim Bachor, is a mosaic artist who fills in gaps and potholes on sidewalks and roads. Jim told DeMilked, “I put the first pothole mosaic in May of 2013 – I’ve done over 100,” most of them in Chicago but elsewhere in the US and a couple in Finland and Italy. For a long time, mosaics were just a fun hobby for me.

Artists frequently place ‘goodie bags’ filled with free stuff alongside their works of art in potholes. He estimates they endure between twenty and thirty minutes in the Windy City. His pothole-themed limited edition prints are for sale on bachor.com. You can see some examples of his incredible work in the gallery below.

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