These urban camouflage sculptures by LA-based artist Joshua Callaghan are brilliant ways to hide the typically undesirable city objects such as utility boxes and power sources. The L.A.-based artist uses his education in cultural anthropology and fine arts to create clever installations that serve as both art and a way to disguise undesirable city objects such as utility boxes.
Using adhesive vinyl graphics, Callaghan’s images reflect the nature that could be hidden behind or in place of the object actually there.
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