Unexpectedly Intriguing!
May 5, 2009

Are you ready for the world of tomorrow, where visual art and everyday objects are no longer confined to the realm of visibility? If you are, could this be your next car? (HT: Core77)

Invisible Car Art Project

Or maybe you just don't want that satellite dish of yours to stand out so much:

Satellite Dish

But why stop there? Why not that cell phone tower?

Camouflaged Cell Phone Tower

Finally, are you tired of people looking right through you as if you weren't there? Maybe you can turn the tables on those people and shock them by putting a gaping hole right in the middle of you!...

Gaping Hole Halloween Costume


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