Red head makes Skoda disappear

Red head makes Skoda disappear

I’m not a massive fan of redheads, the freckles across the back seem to freak me out a bit. But my prejudices aside gingers are good at some things for example no rugby team is complete without an angry ginger player and ginger cats are very popular with old ladies. The latest trick for the ginger crew to perform is to make cars disappear.

Case in point is this Skoda Felicia, which 22-year-old ginga artist Sara Watson has spray painted to blend in with the parking lot and the front of her art studio. The Felicia, itself a pretty ordinary car to begin with, magically disappears when viewed from just the right angle.

The beat up car was donated to Watson by a recycling charity because there’s no better way to demonstrate recycling than to spray paint something invisible and watch people bang into it. It took Sara three weeks to complete and now no one really knows what’s to happen to the bespoke Skoda. My guess is it has to stay right where it is parked and no changes can ever be made to the building behind it.

Look closely at the pics to see the hidden car.
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I’m not a massive fan of redheads, the freckles across the back seem to freak me out a bit. But my prejudices aside gingers are good at some things for example no rugby team is complete without an angry ginger player and ginger cats are very popular with old ladies. The latest trick for the ginger crew to perform is to make cars disappear.

Case in point is this Skoda Felicia, which 22-year-old ginga artist Sara Watson has spray painted to blend in with the parking lot and the front of her art studio. The Felicia, itself a pretty ordinary car to begin with, magically disappears when viewed from just the right angle.

The beat up car was donated to Watson by a recycling charity because there’s no better way to demonstrate recycling than to spray paint something invisible and watch people bang into it. It took Sara three weeks to complete and now no one really knows what’s to happen to the bespoke Skoda. My guess is it has to stay right where it is parked and no changes can ever be made to the building behind it.

Look closely at the pics to see the hidden car.
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