ORIGINAL: Real Farmacy
Jan 14, 2014
From a distance, it appears to be an ordinary stack of firewood, but as you get closer, you begin to realize that this is way cooler than a stack of logs.
Upon further inspection you notice that the black lines are actually seams.
And they open! What is this thing?
Holy smokes! They’re the windows of a perfectly camouflaged cabin!
What an amazing creative way to hide out in luxury, surrounded by nature!
The man below is Hans Liberg, a Dutch performer.
He’s able to blend in with the scenery when he’s deep in a composition.
This fantastic creation was built on a trailer by Piet Hein Eek who was even more excited than Hans.
The outside is indeed real wood.
The one-of-a-kind window designs are made of steel and plastic.
The interior is quite roomy despite being contained in a stack of wood.
Windows on all four sides flood the quarters with natural light.
It’s perfect to rock out in.
What more does a musician need than a remote cabin and a guitar?
The illuminated wood stack at dusk makes for a fantastic photograph, to say the least.
Hans is as happy as can be. Wouldn’t you be too?
Source: Thomas Mayer Archive