I love the city I live in. Every day on my drive to and from work, from Indian Village to Midtown, I pass through a small area that has been transformed by art. It’s called the Heidelberg Project, and it was started in 1986 by artist Tyree Guyton as an outdoor art environment for Detroit’s east side. He uses found and discarded everyday objects to create amazing works of art in a two-block section of abandoned homes. Over the years, Tyree has transformed his childhood neighborhood into a tourist destination and center for community and art. If you are visiting Detroit, this is one stop you cannot miss. It will not only inspire you, it will make you smile.