Artist and designer Roeland Otten has gradually been transforming Rotterdam’s overlooked architectural eyesores into mesmerizing public installations using novel camouflage techniques.

No, Otten’s not draping army regulation greens over former public toilets and electricity substations. He’s using a variety of materials, from mosaic tiles and photography, to mimic buildings’ surrounds, creating an optical illusion in some cases.

(Source: Wired)

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