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    white vw bug art installation

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    Quirky art by Ivan Puig

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    weandthecolor: Hasta las Narcices An art installation by Ivan Puig from 2004. via: WE AND THE COLORFacebook // Twitter // Google+ // Pinterest

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    VW Bug Sunk In Milk Doesn't it look like this white car is submerged in milk? Mexican-born artist Ivan Puig plays with perspective and offers alternative ways of looking at ordinary objects. Puig creates the illusion of a sinking vehicle by revealing only the topmost portion of an ivory Volkswagen Sedan in an entirely white room.

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    Ivan Puig's VW Beetle.

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