The Big Jump is a temporary path accessible by foot, bike, and mobility devices along Druid Park Lake Drive and 28th Street in Baltimore, Maryland that counteracts decades of highway expansion that effectively cut off the surrounding working class African American neighborhoods from the park. As a local resident and public artist, Graham Coreil-Allen collaborated with Bikemore, Baltimore City Department of Transportation, and neighbors on creating identification signage and directional stencils along the Big Jump pathway.
Big Jump Baltimore Wayfinding
Druid Park Lake Drive and 28th Street, Baltimore, MD
Aerosol traffic paint, cut vinyl
Project partners: Bikemore, Baltimore City DOT