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2,000 Tennis Balls Bounce Through Art Gallery in Spain

by Hazel Chua
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Sometimes, pictures lie, and that’s no lie. I can personally attest to that, having bought tons of clothes and books via the Internet, only to get them in the mail and wonder why what I got was incredibly different from what I thought I bought. The pitfalls of online shopping, I suppose.

But these photos that you’re about to see? Let’s just say that what you see is what you get with these.

2000 Tennis Balls ArtThe tennis balls might look like they were added using Photoshop or with some other photo-editing software, but Spanish artist Ana Soler actually hung 2,000 or so of them as part of her art installation piece called Causa-Efecto (Cause & Effect).

2000 Tennis Balls Art

The balls have been carefully hung and aligned to look as if they are in the process of bouncing off of the walls and floors ofthe Mustang Art Gallery in Alicante, Spain.

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Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at how Soler created this art piece:

Talk about art, hard work, and dedication.

[via CollabCubed via Colossal Art + Design]

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