Levitating Shoes Baffle People On The Streets Of London


For his first ever public intervention in London, street artist Pejac (previously) created four installations of sneakers hanging from lampposts with a slight twist: the shoes dangle up instead of down. The head-scratching installations titled “Downside Up” can be found around East London. The installations are teasers for Pejac’s upcoming solo show, called ‘The Weakest’, which will be held in Londonewcastle Project Space on July 22.

h/t: colossal, lostateminor. All photos © by Gary Van Handley.


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