It confronts municipal architecture's reinforcement of inequality. In other words, why is the government always telling us to walk, walk. Don't they fly everywhere? They want us to keep a slow pace, but flying is a metaphor for opening up, asserting yourself and being successful. And how about using public architecture to comment on the government? Don't Walk - Fly! has a strong subconscious, Pavlovian effect. From now on, whenever you see crosswalk signals, you'll be inspired.
Don't Walk - Fly!