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December 09, 2013 | By

Alex Chinneck's Art Installation. Look closely.

Looks like someone's world has been flipped upside down. Artist Alex Chinneck, has created an installation called "Minor on the Moon," which is literally a London building flipped upside down in Southwark, London. The building was originally built in the 1780s and served as a horse and carriage storage facility. Since, well, horses and carriages are now limited (unless you're in Central Park during the holidays) the building had been empty for years. Alex Chinneck said that the inspiration for his art came from the history and the design of the building. He wanted to find a way to present the public with a public sculpture that could camouflage into it's own environment, as well as, stand out.

If you happen to be in London then check out the "Minor on the Moon" just off of Blackfriars Bridge at: 20 Blackfriars Road, London, SE1 8NY

Check out more photos of Alex Chinneck's "Minor on the Moon" installation below.

Seen via: Huhmagazine

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