Art Collective Creates a Stunning Hyperrealistic Landscape of Ocean Waves

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Japanese art collective, Mé, have produced a pretty cool art installation that resides inside the Mori Art Museum. The sculpture piece uses a window as a backlight to make these carved waves look breathtakingly realistic.

The work is a part of Roppongi Crossing, a triennial series of exhibitions that provide an overview of Japan’s contemporary art scene. You can see more on Mori Art Museum’s website. 

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