Categories Photo Phoenix doesn’t pave their crosswalks Post author By Chris Tingom Post date July 21, 2005 4 Comments on Phoenix doesn’t pave their crosswalks They use brick. By Chris Tingom Principal of Tornado Design, a Phoenix, AZ based web consultancy View Archive → ← My recent experience with social engineering → They won’t let me sell online! 4 replies on “Phoenix doesn’t pave their crosswalks” Wow. That must be expensive. …just saw this post. I believe what that actually is is colored concrete, with a pattern stamp on top to look like brick. It is real cheap, and you can fake that stuff into looking like marble, slate, brick or whatever. The concrete is pured, then stained to match whatever color you want, and if you want a “faux” flooring lok to it, it is stamped somewhere in the process. Reason I know this is because we are thinking about using it in our new house (25 cents/foot) as opposed to tile which is $1+/foot. The following are examples of the technique. Google for more info: http://www.creative-impressions.com/gall/Page1/pages/ashlarcutstone_jpg.htm http://www.creative-impressions.com/gall/Page1/pages/catonprintedpath_jpg.htm http://www.wrmca.com/Colored%20&%20Stamped%20Concrete.htm http://www.scofield.com/showcase_hotel4f.html http://progressiveconcrete.com/projects/index.asp?ID_Cat=1&ID_Project=18 Hey, Jeff, cool observation. I bet you’re right. This is also a great website for all decorative concrete options http://www.concretecoatingsaz.com Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.