This is an anamorphic portrait of Nikola Tesla created by Czech artist Patrik Proško using “washing machines, televisions, computers, radios, printers, microwaves, videos, speakers, lamps, and various electro appliances” to honor Tesla’s invention of the alternating current motor. The sculpture measures approximately 3.5m x 2.5m x 2.5m (~11.5′ x 8′ x 8′) and looks like Nikola’s face when viewed from the right angle. When not viewed from the right angle it just looks like a bunch of broken appliances and could easily be mistaken for garbage that needs to be thrown out, kind of like how my mom tossed out my latest piece of art. “I thought it was trash.” Mom! “What?” I’d stuck it to the fridge with a magnet!