Jim Bachor is a "Pothole Picasso" from Chicago, US. Using hundreds of pieces of Italian glass and marble, he turns potholes into beautiful mosaics. It began as a fun hobby in 2013 when he filled a pothole with the words "pothole" in black and white. Since then, Bachor's works have evolved into masterpieces, including mosaics of TV remotes, wolf silhouettes, Ramen noodles, and even imitations of artworks by Vincent Van Gogh and Edward Hopper. They can be found in the streets in Nashville, New York City, Los Angeles, and Philadelphia.

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