worker, inc

Good Better Best

Date: Fall 2012

Location: Storefront Windows, 44 North Stone Avenue, Tucson AZ.

Organization: Worker, Inc. + Sustainable City Project

Collaborators: Sustainable City Project, University of Arizona

In response to a proposition asking voters to approve a $100 million bond package to fix potholes and re-asphalt roads on the City of Tucson ballot in November 2012, GOOD BETTER BEST asked a community of experts what you could get if you put $100 million into pedestrian, bicycle, bus, landscape, and water harvesting infrastructure. The posters display the answers in a series that depicts a map of the City of Tucson become increasingly more colorful and vibrant. The point: there is more to the street than just potholes and asphalt.