Public spaces and services linked to them are demanding I terms of maintenance, without which they rapidly lose their good shape.
When they keep it, it is always thanks to an army of professionals, gardeners, network maintenance officers, cleaning workers, and many other. It is largely due to them that we can enjoy and even be proud of living in a quality environment. It is also their absence, that causes our complaints against deteriorated public spaces.
But do we see them, despite their red, green, yellow, fluo or other bright colour overalls, that have more to do with their safety than to attract a specific attention.
This series intends to pay homage and justice to all these “anonymous colours”.