Invisibility, the Old Fashioned Way

While the magic of Photoshop has made it easier than ever to doctor photographs to portray the improbable or impossible, nothing quite matches doing a double take in real life.

British art student Sara Watson parked a donated Skoda Fabia car outside her art studio and painted it so that, from just the right angle, it looks invisible. Shadows on the ground and the slight contours of the car give it away, but other than that, it's as if it were draped with Harry Potter's cloak of invisibility or a cloaking device from Star Trek.


From the Upcoming ueue, submitted by tempeh.

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Thanks, hwang. Although that picture could have been photoshopped just as easily.

My point was not so much to question its authenticity as to question why they would cast doubt on it by accompanying it with an obviously photoshopped photo.
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