An Artist Transformed A Car Into A Ping Pong Table – Design You Trust

An Artist Transformed A Car Into A Ping Pong Table


French artist Benedetto Bufalino has recently transformed an old beat up car into a fully functional ping pong table. Located at Maison Salvan, a platform for contemporary and visual art in Labège, France, the ping pong table provides a place for people to interact.

h/t: contemporist


Below is a look at how the table was made.

A white sedan had its windows and doors sliced off, before being flipped upside-down. A wood table top was carefully carved to fit the shape of the underside of the car and around the wheels. Once the table top was in place, it was painted blue with white markings, and a net was attached.


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