Zebra Crossings

Cally Trench, Annie Rapstoff and Philip Lee

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Cally Trench, Annie 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.

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 In Praise of Zebra Crossings

In Praise of Zebra Crossings
Beaconsfield (2011)

 Triple Spin

Triple Spin
Reading (2012)

Ann Rapstoff: Office for Zebra Crossings

Ann Rapstoff:
Office for Zebra Crossings
Reading (2012)

 Zebra Pelican Cross

Zebra Pelican Cross
London (2012)

 Campaign for Tiger Crossings

Campaign for
Tiger Crossings

Reading (2014)

 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.

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