A pair of new planter boxes were recently installed on North Figueroa Street, in front of two of the area's most popular stops.
Both and now feature sturdy cedar planter boxes in front of their store fronts, each of which were constructed around the trees that line the street.
Highland Park-Mount Washington Patch has yet to track down the architects responsible for building the boxes, but several signs suggest that Kagan Taylor and Justin Rice of on Echo Street are behind the work.
The piecesdisplay the distinctive brand of craftsmanship on display at their shop and the two have already proven to be interested in street-side improve through their participation in the
An e-mail message sent to Taylor and Rice has yet to be returned.
It turns out our suspicions were correct, the gentlemen at Knowhow Shop were responsible for planter boxes. The benches were installed to coincide with the launch of the Non Toxix Revolution campaign, "a grassroots, guerrilla-styled awareness campaign from the Keep A Breast Foundation."
You can read more about the benches--and the campaign--at the Keep A Breast Foundation's website.