The Pavement Surgeon


That’s what they call French artist Ememem in his home town of Lyon where, for the last 10 years, he’s been repairing damaged footpaths and splintered facades with pleasing mosaic inserts he describes as “a poem that everybody can read.”


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17 thoughts on “The Pavement Surgeon

  1. John

    Those look nice and slippy.
    On a completely unrelated note, does anyone know any good compo lawyers in France.

  2. Hank

    They are beautiful.
    It’s the little touches like this can make such a difference to a city. We really are blessed to have DCC here.

      1. Hank

        Just Dublin. The rest of the country has to, unfortunately, make do with dodging tractors on muddy laneways of a hue that perfectly mirrors the underside of the inhabitants fingernails..

  3. Nullzero

    Aesthetically pleasing, but in Ireland those smooth ceramics would land him in court when people start slipping on them in the rain.

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