When our city appears off, dirty and left to itself the first and best thing to do is, of course, report what is wrong to the proper authorities. But when the problems of the world around us question the livability of the city (and our good mood), nothing is better than a little creativity and sense of citizenship. If, for example, the streets of your cities suffer from chronic degradation, you can try to fill the hole and limit the damage by imitating the installation of “artistic restoration” of artists Pete Dungey and Juliana Santacruz Herrera. The first , in London , decided to highlight the issue of imperfections on the road surface in Britain using each hole as a planter and filling the streets of herbs and colorful flowers. Bella the idea of Parisian Juliana Santacruz Herrera, who turned the holes of his city in soft colorful cushions filling them with brightly colored fabrics.