2051 typically paints bold figurative works, where colors drip and mutate to delightful effect, or clean, black line murals of historic objects. His latest work, however, proves he's not adverse to flipping the script. This large-scale outdoor sculpture made of found wood is near perfect intervention. Close up, the lying figure doesn't quite reveal itself, and instead you are wondering if piled branches are some organic anomaly.

The piece, In cammino per trasformarsi nell’istante present, is located in Como, Italy. The interplay with the buildings is flat out brilliant.

[via Vandalog]