Community street mural near their local school, Knoxville
See "Branding the boulevard: Inskip mural to establish identity, slow traffic" from the Knoxville News-Sentinel. From the article:
The design, created by former Inskip Elementary art teacher Kristie Isbell, is intended "to give Inskip an identity," said Liliana Burbano, a public health educator with Knox County Health Department. But it's also intended as a reminder to traffic that "kids are walking to school," to slow and watch more carefully. The idea for it, and the community association itself, grew out of meetings around a Healthy Kids, Healthy Communities grant the Health Department received from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, which helped three Knox County communities — Inskip, Lonsdale and Mascot — organize to make their neighborhoods healthier.
The story includes a video clip too.
It's also a kind of general confirmation of the point that I make that the pavements around civic assets such as schools, parks, libraries and in commercial districts, ought to be engineered to support placemaking and walkability, such as with Belgian Block.
Saul Young/News Sentinel. Volunteers work on a large street painting at the intersection of High School Road and Mitchell Drive near Inskip Elementary School on Tuesday as part of a community-building project and traffic control feature.