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In an attempt to disguise some of Amsterdam’s less appealing public buildings, designer Roeland Otten ended up creating some pretty viral street art. The Dutch artist masked some of the city’s public toilets, electricity substations, and other various eyesores and somehow made them blend in with their street settings. He used aluminum sheets to cover the buildings, which were printed with high-resolution photographs or acrylic paintings of their surroundings. It’s pretty impressive, not to mention inspiring to see the final results of his project. Check them out for yourself! Would you support this kind of project in your own city?
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