This Building Wall Has Fake Cameras Portrayed as Street Art

By: Michael Nieto - Published: • References: beautifuldecay & designtaxi
A street artist named SpY installed 150 surveillance cameras on a building wall in Madrid, Spain for urban architecture purposes. The work is simply titled ‘Cameras’ to make an artistic statement and to promote excessive surveillance in the world today. The use of these cameras do not have any intention of watching over people. This bizarre urban architecture would feel intimidating as people pass by on the streets but little do they know it means no harm.

The cameras make a simple artistic statement that overpower the building's side view. The use of 150 cameras also enforce the surveillance. This building wall definitely brings out public awareness of this issue where people should realize that it may affect the world in the future. Stats for Deceptive Surveillanc Architecture Trending: This Year & Mild
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