Morgan Barnicoat and Matt Jacobs spent much of this spring

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Morgan Barnicoat and Matt Jacobs spent much of this spring creating positive puzzle pieces for in-between places in Providence, Rhode Island. They fitted a stairway onto a rolling hill of asphalt, creating an "official" entrance through a torn-fence. They built a D.I.Y. bus shelter in a sorely needed spot. And they've installed Sasquatch sitings throughout the city, as part of a long-term strategy to highlight places in need of intervention.

Their brand of guerilla good uses punk urban design to re-claim "public" space for people.