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Artist Builds Boat That Looks Like A Giant Zipper Unzipping The Water

Japanese artist Yasuhiro Suzuki dared to dream. Dared to dream of a boat that looks like a giant zipper “unzipping” the waters between the Azumabashi and Sakurabashi bridges on the Sumida River in Tokyo. Now that — that is some seriously daring dreaming. Some more details while I daydream very small about whether I’ll ever be able to dream as large some day:

(translated) “Fastener ship” was inspired by artist Yasuhiro Suzuki, who looked down on Tokyo Bay from the window of an airplane and saw that the ship and wake going through the sea seemed to open the sea (earth) with fasteners. …. The trailing waves of the ship that goes back and forth between Azumabashi and Sakurabashi will connect the opposite banks while opening the water surface like a fastener and will change the way you see the scenery of the town.

That’s cool, he should attempt a button fly next. OR VELCRO. What’s your favorite fastener? Mine’s the opposite of whatever a bra uses because to this day my girlfriend still chuckles at me whenever I’m fumbling around back there. And do you know how that makes me feel? “Like somebody dropped a dumbbell on your boner.” Sometimes I won’t see another one for a whole week, and I’m definitely not risking a trip to the gym in the meantime.

Keep going for a video in case moving pictures are more your cup of tea.