It's an original project, to be sure, but I can't help but be reminded of other unexpected installations I've seen.
And I came across these incredible 3D paintings by John Pugh just today...
[photos via Daily Mail]
When 2-dimensional murals have become commonplace, why is it still so striking to see a building used as a canvas for 3-dimensional art? With space at a premium in urban environments (as "Manifest Destiny" points out) it's possible that more artists will turn to architecture when choosing installation space. But no matter how many buildings I see sprinkled with sequins or affixed with floating huts, I don't suppose I'll ever walk by without, at least, a double take.