Black Hole House – Houston, TX

I’ve heard Bush is going to move to Houston next year after leaving the White House.  I’ve found the perfect house for him!

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From the Art League of Houston’s website:

In the summer of 2005, an extraordinary structure on Montrose Boulevard in Houston took motorists by surprise. A wooden building had obviously been struck by a passing tornado. Sucked by a raging force from the back of the building, the boards of the facade frantically twisted into what looked like a horizontal chimney that had ripped a hole through a second wooden building sanding several metres behind the first. Passers-by were inescapably drawn to the vortex of the wooden wreckage; if they didn’t blink, for a fraction of a second they could see straight through both buildings.

This was a public art piece called “Inversion” by artists Dan Havel and Dean Ruck.  This is such a novel idea, they must have been high for weeks after they finished it.

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