Either in the form of sleek, big, high resolution photographs which create an optical illusion of invisibility and transparency or in that of small colored tiles that form a pixelated resemblance of the urban environment behind, them the designer manages to conceal some ugly parts of the city. With this intervention he offers an illusion of how the space would like if the barrier wasn’t there. What is more, the anti-graffiti coating of the surfaces certifies that they will remain camouflaged. Clever one!
Another interesting camouflaging project of his, though less realistic, is in the recently developed park at the Boompjeskade and Leuvenhoofd in Rotterdam. An old, rusty electricity station that has not been included in the redevelopment works got camouflaged with paint. When viewed from a specific ankle, the puzzling painting on the station fits in the picture of the other surroundings, and thus becomes (almost) invisible!