After a certain orange faced buffoon thought it was a good idea to stick a wall along the USA-Mexico border, some lovely people thought of a way to beat it. You may have seen them a few months ago, but the wonderful collection of bright pink seesaws that allowed people to interact over the US-Mexico border has won the prestigious Design of the Year award, with its creators saying they hoped the work encourages people to build bridges between communities.
The Teeter Totter Wall, which bridged across El Paso in Texas and Ciudad Juárez in Mexico during a 40-minute session, was described as not only feeling “symbolically important” but also highlighting “the possibility of things” by the judging panel.
Pretty cool that. Read more about it here.