Panya Clark Espinal's 'Anamorphosis' is an Angle Specific Art Installation

By: Michael Hines - Published: May 10, 2010 • References: panyaclarkespinal & weburbanist
Panya Clark Espinal's 'Anamorphosis' is just another reason to travel to the fine city of Toronto. The women, the entertainment and the snow all pale in comparison to this anamorphic art installation. Okay, maybe not the women, but everything else.

'Anamorphosis' is angle specific art, meaning if you don't see it at the right angle you won't get it. Panya Clark Espinal artwork can be found in the Bayview/Sheppard station in Toronto and are a must-see for tourists and residents alike. Stats for Anamorphic Subway Art Trending: Older & Chilly
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