Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Artists Julian Charriere and Julius von Bismarck devised a rooftop pigeon-painting apparatus to spruce up some of Venice’s flying verman. The bird flies into the apparatus grey and drab-looking, then it is sent down a conveyer belt and automatically airbrushed with vibrantly-colored spray paint, before it’s sent back out into the world looking more exotic parrot than common city pigeon.

(via Grizzly Flying Rats are Transformed into Flapping Flocks of Color via Pigeon-Painting Apparatus)

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