Through physical street art, the project seeks to reimagine the streets as a gallery space and inspire people to be more perceptive and explore the environment around them. Over the years, a number of the stickers have weathered, or been removed—yet a number still remain today. Similarly, a handful of sites captured have transformed over the years through traditional aging, renovation, or demolition. Beyond the creative outputs, the project serves as a visual archive of the city from 2014-2017. Overall, the SeePVD aims to explore capture how the built environment of Providence reflects its diverse history and culture. The collection represents a range of sites from well-known landmarks to subtle gems on quiet roads.