Thursday, 9 April 2009

Simon Starling hydrogen-powered Raleigh

For his entry into the 2005 Turner Prize, Simon Starling built up a hydrogen-powered Raleigh, rode it across the Tabernas Desert in Andalucia, then used the 600 millilitres of waste water the engine produced to paint a watercolor painting of a cactus he found there. He won. Via Intersection Magazine. Thanks Wes!

1 comment:

the projectivist said...

now THAT is attention to detail!