Water Wigs

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Demonstrating the age-old lesson that looks can be deceiving are elaborately disguised pigeons by artists Julian Charrierre and Julius Von Bismarcke. Commissioned by this year’s Venice Biennale to add a touch of unexpected art to the surrounding sky, the beautiful birds are simply spray-painted pigeons. The scheme does beg the question: are they still just rats with wings if they look like they flew in from paradise?