18.06.15 by Staff

Antoine Terrieux’s Incredible Hair Dryer Installations

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Loooove these hair dryer installations by magician Antoine Terrieux. Shown at the Maison Des Jonglages in La Courneuve, France, Terrieux perfectly positioned a bunch of hair dryers to create various self-sustaining moments of movement. See video of Terrieux’s magical work below!

 

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  • Joe

    Very cool. My cat was transfixed by the paper airplane segment.

  • Love this!

  • Cody Achter

    Super impressive! I wonder how he rigged the water one?!

  • mind blowing

  • .::Psyched Blog::.

    Genius. Simple yet never seen before ;)

  • Yes!

  • Oh wow! This is so cool and so fun to watch.

  • nguyendanieldaniel

    I wonder how he sets these up.

  • Mikeideas

    that just blew me away





25.04.17 by Staff

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25.04.17 by Staff

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25.04.17 by Jeff

Reader Submission: Matthew Dettmer

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25.04.17 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Mike Lee

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24.04.17 by Staff

Intricate Food Carvings by Japanese Artist Gaku

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