For Alfredo Adán, crossing the street in LA was missing something. After tiring of unremarkable walks with no soul, the street artist took it upon himself to give all four people in LA who don't use a car, a little something to liven up crossing the street: the Walkbump.
Just hit the rock. You know you want to.
Meanwhile, over here in New York City, if you do anything to make someone wait any longer than absolutely necessary to cross the street, you'll probably receive an entirely different type of fist bump.
Brett Williams is an editorial assistant at Supercompressor. This is yet another reason why he's not so much about LA.