Jim Power, also known as the Mosaic Man, has been adorning the lampposts of New York City’s East Village for almost thirty years. After giving up his union carpenter job, Jim began beautifying the once rough and tumble neighborhood, supported solely by the donations he received on the streets. His work eventually came to be known as the Mosaic Trail — eighty lampposts covered in mosaics representing significant areas and people of the East Village.

Jim Power and the Mosaic Trail | The Etsy Blog

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    This made me cry for some reason.
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    THANK YOU to Tara Young and the entire Etsy team for this wonderful profile! I hope everyone can come take a walk along...
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    What an amazing person.
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