Albums, polka-dots and teddy bears aren't typically what you see as exterior house decor, but they've become a staple on Heidelberg St. in Detroit as part of the Heidelberg Project. The project is an outdoor community art environment created by Tyree Guyton.
It began when Guyton was a student at the College for Creative Studies in the 1980s.
After a professor asked him what he wanted to achieve with his work, he had a vision.
"I was able to see using art as a medicine," said Guyton, "to take what was there and to transform it into something very whimsical."