Steamrolled Pittsburgh was a project that used a construction grade steamroller to print 4’x 8’ wood-cut prints comprised of 8 representations of Pittsburgh neighborhoods that are home to a branch of the Carnegie Library. A group of 8 artists were given the task of designing one of 8 different neighborhoods of Pittsburgh in a 2’x2’ wood block. When assembled, the 8 blocks came together to form a patchwork assemblage of the city in a 4’x8’ space. Prints will be distributed to 8 separate library branches where each branch will develop an engaging display that work within the library’s space constraints and installation preferences. The live steamroller demonstration took place at Construction Junction’s annual Big Pour event.