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How To Be Spiderman

By jordanferney |

Look twice at this amazing installation titled Bâtiment at Le 104 in Paris by artist Leandro Erlich. While it looks like kids are clinging to a tall building, it’s an illusion. Wouldn’t it be fun for kids to climb around pretending to be Spiderman? See how the illusion is created after the jump.

The facade is laid out on the ground and a giant mirror is suspended above it creating this incredible illusion.

Pictures by henriette desjonquères & paul fargues, l. erlich for via le Centquatre

 

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jordanferney

Jordan Ferney is a former event planner and author of the popular lifestyle and design blog, Oh Happy Day! Jordan has worked for Babble, Anthology Magazine, Apartment Therapy, Cookie Magazine.com, Project Wedding, and iVillage. She lives in San Francisco in a one bedroom apartment with her husband and two boys, Moses and Roman.

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