Huong Ngo

By Huong Ngo

LifeBuzz Staff

Artist Turned A Cement Truck Into A Disco Ball, And The Effect Is Groovy.

In your wildest dreams, would you have ever imagined a construction site transformed into a nightclub? Well that's what French artist, Benedetto Bufalino, dreamt and recreated in real life!

Buffalino has unveiled his latest creation to the public, an installation entitled "Disco Ball Cement Mixer." It's an installation where he literally turned a cement mixer into a giant disco ball! A construction site was instantly transformed into a nightclub. And with an opportunity like that, who wouldn't take advantage of the moment to dance to the hugest disco ball they'll probably ever encounter.

Who would look at a cement mixer and think "This would actually make a really cool disco ball"? Maybe not you or me, but French artist Benedetto Bufalino surely did.

Who would look at a cement mixer and think "This would actually make a really cool disco ball"?  Maybe not you or me, but French artist Benedetto Bufalino surely did.

BENEDETTO BUFALINO

The great thing about artists, however, is that they don't just think things. They actually bring their ideas to life and that's exactly what he did.

The great thing about artists, however, is that they don't just think things. They actually bring their ideas to life and that's exactly what he did.

BENEDETTO BUFALINO

The Disco Ball Cement Mixer was parked in a construction site in Lyon, France for a total of 3 days from December 8th to the 10th.

The Disco Ball Cement Mixer was parked in a construction site in Lyon, France for a total of 3 days from December 8th to the 10th.

BENEDETTO BUFALINO

After the cement mixer was successfully transformed into a disco ball, bright spotlights would be aimed at the truck so that whenever the mixer turned, it would catch the light.

After the cement mixer was successfully transformed into a disco ball, bright spotlights would be aimed at the truck so that whenever the mixer turned, it would catch the light.

BENEDETTO BUFALINO

It would instantly throw out patterns onto its surroundings just like a real disco ball on the dance floor.

It would instantly throw out patterns onto its surroundings just like a real disco ball on the dance floor.

BENEDETTO BUFALINO

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