Disco Truck: A Cement Mixer Transformed Into A Giant Disco Ball – Design You Trust

Disco Truck: A Cement Mixer Transformed Into A Giant Disco Ball

Transforming a building site into a nightclub? The French artist Benedetto Bufalino has unveiled an amazing creation, turning a cement mixer into a giant disco ball. This installation entitled Disco Ball Cement Mixer appeared a few days ago in the streets of Lyon, projecting sparks of light on all the buildings around it.

More info: Benedetto Bufalino (h/t: ufunk)

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