Artist turned facade of derelict house into a surreal, curved slope

Artist Alex Chinneck's work "From the knees of my nose to the belly of my toes" turned the side of an abandoned, crumbling home into a skateboarder's dream. I'm not sure if the house was actually skateable, but it is in spirit. It took my brain a few seconds to realize that the door of the house is completely flat to the ground, on the far right corner of the brick wall. It's like something out of a cartoon, and I absolutely love it.

The installation created the appearance that the building's facade had slipped down and was built at a cost of £100,000 with materials donated by British industry members who collaborated on the project

"Calling all skateboarders!"

Via Instagram:

"British artist Alex Chinneck created the piece – titled "From the Knees of my Nose to the Belly of my Toes" – by removing the facade of a detached four-story house in Margate that had been abandoned and replacing it with a new frontage that leaves the crumbling top story exposed, then curves outwards so the bottom section lies flat in front of the house.