Below are "live art" pieces created by Japanese artist Kenichi Kanazawa. "What's the big deal," you'd say, "looks like a bunch of table salt arranged in patterns."
Well, you'd never possibly guess how he gets the salt (assuming that's what it is) to take those shapes:
So what's going on with that table? A look underneath provides the answer:
You can see more of Kanazawa's work here.
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