Walking Men worldwide™ is a series of public art installations, a photographic collage of pedestrian traffic icons assembled from around the world, presented in humane scale. The project was conceived as a collaborative effort of international photographers, each adding a piece to the collage.

In January 2010, the project made its debut on 99 Church Street, Manhattan in Walking Men 99™, which was installed in two editions over the next four years. The installation, commissioned by the Alliance for Downtown NY, was followed by a series of projects including Walking Men PERMM (2010), a public art installation in collaboration with the PERMM Museum of Contemporary Art in Russia, Walking Men Worldwide™ – The Banner Gallery as part of the Art & About Sydney Festival (2013), and most recently in conjunction with Walk 21 Sydney, Australia (2014).

Additional public art installations under the umbrella of Walking Men Worldwide™ include Men At Work (2010), which was on display at the Bat-Yam International Biennale of Landscape Urbanism in Israel, followed by Men At Work NYC, which was unveiled around the site of World Trade Center Tower 4 (September 2011-2012).