From the windows of our new Detroit office, we have some unusual neighbors. A pair of little orange men stand along the skyline, one poised on the edge of the Majestic Theater/Garden Bowl and the other at the corner of the Garden Theater Block. These rooftop silhouettes are part of a larger series of sculptures that compose the Man in the City project. While the steel profiles could seem a bit imposing to some, like you are always being watched, the intent is quite the opposite; the sculptures are meant to encourage people to look around and become conscious of their place in the urban environment. All around Detroit (and across the river in Windsor as well) the orange men are positioned in 60 locations that highlight the architecture of the city.