Have You Ever Seen A Fish Swim Past A Phone? This Art Installation Makes That Happen

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The phone counter was once a entire tack of civilization that gave people a approach to promulgate on a go. But with a appearance of dungeon phones and mobile technology, they’ve spin reduction and reduction commonplace, given many people no longer rest on them. But what happens to all a phone booths that still dot city streets around a world?

Many times, they’re simply hauled off by city officials, though sometimes, crafty artists, designers, and engineers spin these aged staples into astonishing works of art. Over a years, they’ve spin little libraries, puncture medical stations, bars, Wi-Fi hotspots, and more. But these designers only took things to a whole new level.

Designer Benoit Deseille and artist Benedetto Bufalino collaborated to spin an aged phone counter into an considerable aquarium.

Designer Benoit Deseille and artist Benedetto Bufalino collaborated to spin an aged phone counter into an considerable aquarium.

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The aquarium, that still has a bizarre phone inside, has been a large strike with a public.

The bizarre multiple of inlet and record creates a typical counter seem roughly magical.

The bizarre multiple of inlet and record creates a typical counter seem roughly magical.

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Watch footage of people enjoying this extraordinary square of art in a video below:

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You can see some-more of Bufalino’s work on his website. Like a phone counter aquarium, most of it also uses bland equipment in new, surreal ways. He loves to plea a expectations. The subsequent time we pass a payphone and consternation what will occur to it, cruise all a unexpected, pleasant things that it could become.