"Satellite City" gets a facelift.
Oh and it's pretty too.
caption from foxnews.com:
June 21: A man watches from a balcony as satellite dishes are seen on buildings in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The project to 'pimp' the dishes is an initiative of a Dutch artist working with school children in an area of the city referred to as 'satellite city,' inhabited predominantly by first and second generation immigrants. The hooks on the roof are used all over the city to move furniture in and out of apartments using a rope and pulley, as the staircases are narrow.
Pretty much one of the coolest things I've seen today. Granted it is only 930 am. Hmm.