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By on March 29, 2006, with 33 Comments

Really interesting project of an artist whose prupose is “clensing the suburbs of the advertisment billboards” and showing us the beauty of the horizont, which is rare in urban landscapes. Jump inside this article to see more transparent billboard images.

For even more pictures be sure to check source website.

  • March

    Wow. Those billboards are a little bit excessive. Nicely done.

  • paddy

    i love the idea. we should have more of this to make people aware of how much ads destroy the suburbs.!

  • Annie

    coolio… anyways, ive been on here for liek an hour… bye bye im gonna play isketch!!

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  • Hai

    how clever

  • Emma

    obviously faked?

    No, they’re not actually transparent, they are photos of what’s behind the billboard, printed on the billboard, so it looks transparent. Get it? That’s the illusion part.

  • Yutaka

    Neat. I did something similar to this with my computer desktop. It now seems like I have a transparent desktop!

  • Seba

    This is from Poznan, Poland which is where I was born. The 3rd pic from the bottom is Kraszewskiego St. Theres also a toy store there.

  • Angel Eyes

    I agree with Hai

  • kristen

    thats real cool who would u thunk(btw I LOVE ISKETCH)

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  • Pandas

    ooooooookkkkkkkkkkkaaaaaaaaaaaaayyyyyy then

  • Nina

    But What Are They Advertising???

  • permenent grip

    thats cool but what is the advert for there is no point in just drawing on a 100+ quid ( im from england) bilboard without reason

  • Anonymous

    You know, I don’t know if I am just really smart, or some people are just really, really, stupid. Not this illusion specifically, but some of the areas where it’s just something cool to look at and people say they “don’t get it”?? I mean come on. Turn your brain on.

    Anyways what I really wanted to say is what the crap is the point of these billboards… seems like a waste of advertising space to me… I don’t see any other advertisement on them… I suppose if they are there just for art sake.

  • Bewbs

    At least nobody will run into these!

  • Anonymous

    and the last 2 are the same pic diffrent angle

  • A-lex

    This sems like a BIG window! I feel sorry for birds!

  • ♥G e o r g i a

    pretty cool and they would of had to get the positioning just right, but ummm… what is the purpose for them?

  • Anonymous

    Neat…but the link at the bottom “http://www.kesicka.art.pl/” is broken, 404error [ps no need 2 post]

  • Anonymous

    you are all clearly illiterate. it explains what the point of these billboards are at the very top. I quote.. “cleansing the suburbs of the advertisment billboards”
    they paint the background onto them so that it doesnt look like there are billboards even there. they think billboards make the area ugly. get it now?

  • Katlynn

    Thats tottaly cool! lol

  • Alexandra

    what I am wondering is what do they do when the trees grow?

  • Bogini_Kaca

    This is from Warsaw too :P

  • Hayden

    I’ve got an idea, just cut out the middle of the billboard. Just tell everyone it’s painted!!

  • kimmykrayonz

    @alexandra lol good piont. but really what was the piont i still don’t understand the purpose of thos “transparent” billboards won’t that just cause injureries XD lol imagine if someone was running away from the cops or sumfin and they tried to jump the fence *bang!* ouch…lol

  • Dontarius Brown

    Awesome dude and i see it everyday my dad makes them!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Tom

    coolio. But wat do they do when Fall comes?:)

  • http://yahoo.com Kassy

    It’s digital!!!

  • leperchaun

    that`s so cool when I 1st saw the picture I didn`t get it ,but know I see the billboards easily.

  • A human

    Person 1: Lets create billboard illusions
    Person 2: I know, lets but bars on the top to create massive shadows and ruin the whole illusion
    Person 1: GREAT IDEA!

  • Guest

    Lauhing Out Loud :) Peant-Butter-Toast

  • Guest

    :) Peant-Butter-Toast