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As part of the 2011 Art on Track festival, Joe Baldwin and…

As part of the 2011 Art on Track festival, Joe Baldwin and noisivelvet temporarily transformed a Chicago Transit Authority railway car into an awesomely lush and verdant garden.

“With native plants covering the seats, windows and floors of the subway car, the mobile garden brought a welcome splash of colour to the urban transit system. The rail transport oddity ran for five hours around Chicago’s downtown loop. Meanwhile, Joe Baldwin, a UIC Art and Design graduate, continued to seek funding for his open-air public transit garden.”

Photos by noisivelvet.org

[via Urban Ghosts]

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