Artist Installs Zippers Everywhere

There's a hidden world beneath the surface, just waiting for us to explore it. Japanese street artist Jun Kitagawa installed zippers to show us the way. Johnny Strategy writes:

One of his most fascinating works are an ongoing series in which he installs 3-dimensional zippers in various public spaces around Japan, offering an intimate look – one that’s often left up to the imagination – into our world. “I like to surprise people with a light eroticism,”* explains Kitagawa in a statement.

Link | Artist's Website


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I like the idea, and especcially the implementation! The one with the floor is just georgeous...
BTW not every pieve of art may be pleasing everyone...
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Well, I'm not impressed. Actually, it bothers me. Those zippers are treacherous - like the one on the floor with the beams exposed. Seems more like "Hey! I'm outta ideas so I'll take the first thing I see (OH! Zippers!) and make really big ones everywhere and call it "Art". Coming up empty and desperate, IMO.
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