Street art has changed. It is no longer limited to spray paint and posters, but is now approaching architecture and installation art in its scope. Now, two of Sweden's -- indeed, the world's -- most interesting street artists are stepping out of the shadows: Akay and Peter, the Barsky Brothers, two hardworking artists who treat the streets as if it were their living-room, transforming inhospitable empty spaces into places in which to enjoy oneself. They find abandoned plywood planks and turn them into animal silhouettes; set a party table between two motorway lanes; and hang swings made of city driftwood. In Urban Recreation, Akay and Peter display 13 projects from the last four years -- the most famous of which is Traffic Island, the little red cottage that lay on a cliff between two heavily trafficked roads. Hardcover, color.