Artists Installed Massive Seesaws on the U.S.-Mexico Border so Kids Could Play Together
Ronald Rael, an architecture professor at the University of California, Berkeley, had an idea. He wanted to design, create, and build something that would bring joy to children and adults everywhere. So, he set to work building a bright-pink seesaw to delight the masses. And sure, it’s a great looking seesaw, but it’s where Rael placed it that’s really getting all the attention.