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Zebra Crossings
by Cally Trench, Ann Rapstoff and Philip Lee

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Cally Trench, Ann Rapstoff and Philip Lee have collaborated on projects that celebrate zebra crossings. Unlike traffic-light operated pedestrian crossings, zebra crossings require a human interaction. The driver must notice the pedestrians and stop to allow them to cross, and they in turn usually acknowledge the driver with a wave or nod of thanks. As drivers we often feel separated and insulated from the outside world. Zebra crossings remind us - whether driver or pedestrian - of the humanity of the other.

Cally Trench, Ann Rapstoff and Philip Lee: In Praise of Zebra Crossings In Praise of
Zebra Crossings

Beaconsfield
(2011)
Cally Trench, Ann Rapstoff and Philip Lee: Triple Spin Triple Spin
Reading (2012)
Ann Rapstoff: Office for Zebra Crossings Ann Rapstoff:
Office for
Zebra Crossings

Reading (2012)
Cally Trench, Ann Rapstoff and Philip Lee: Zebra Pelican Cross Zebra Pelican Cross
London (2012)
Cally Trench, Ann Rapstoff and Philip Lee: Campaign for Tiger Crossings Campaign for
Tiger Crossings

Reading (2014)
Cally Trench, Ann Rapstoff and Philip Lee: Portable Zebra Crossing Association Portable Zebra
Crossing Association

Bath (2016)

Please contact us if you would like the Portable Zebra Crossing Association to visit your neighbourhood.