Besancon, France is home to 52 new public installations by artist duo Momo & Eltono. Together, they placed little odes to the urban environment made of reclaimed wood and tools all over the city. The geometric works blend in, require investigation, and give the town subtle, but thrilling pops of personality.

On the aims project, the artists explain "We were inspired largely by the types of urban modifications, barriers, and repairs on buildings that demonstrate odd solutions, curious physics, or appear to be total mysteries. So we titled this “Improbables”, French for Improbable."

Successful in making us think about the shapes and textures produced by everyday solutions. The project has also been documented in an awesome 'zine.

[via Graffuturism]