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Float On, Float On.

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We came across an interesting new series by Chinese artist Zhao Huasen. Titled Floating, Hausen presents various bicyclists floating on their invisible bikes. The artist captured hundreds of seemingly unsuspecting cyclists around the city then digitally removed the bikes, leaving us with something that is both playful and whimsical.

Photo Courtesy of Zhao Huasen.

Photo Courtesy of Zhao Huasen.

Photo Courtesy of Zhao Huasen.

Photo Courtesy of Zhao Huasen.

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