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Photo via the Telegraph UK

Sara Wilson likes to make things seem to go away. One of her recent works, an apparently invisible car, is featured at the Telegraph UK:

Her work, created as part of her drawing and image making course at the university, creates the illusion that the car is see through.

She speaks about her work in the Times article:

“I was experimenting with the whole concept of illusion but needed something a bit more physical to make a real impact…People have been stopping in the street to look and coming up and almost bumping into it, so it’s had the desired effect.”

Sara is a student of Drawing and Image Making at the University of Central Lancashire, where the university Office of Buzz Creation featured her work:

Sara commented: “I was experimenting with the whole concept of illusion but needed something a bit more physical to make a real impact.” she said.

Matthew Scarlett, one of her school mates wrote about some of her other performance and visual work as well. In his blog, he shows some of his own intricate papercraft.

Hey, it’s end of the semester here in the Northern Hemisphere. What amazing creative and engineering projects are you and your friends working on finishing off? Showcase them here by sending in some links to the best things that you hardworking, underslept students have been toiling over. If you have photos, send it over to the MAKE Flickr pool. Add EndOfSemesterProject to make it easier to find.


Chris Connors

Making things is the best way to learn about our world.


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