The forests of Scotland have long been a favorite holiday destination of both local residents and tourists. But walking through the woods by the lake, near the Scottish town of Aloa untrained person can wind up laughing ... It was here, near the forest path you can see the ghostly figures of men, which is visible through the foliage and branches. This - not the ghosts, as it may seem at first glance, but the work of Scottish sculptor Rob Mulholland.
Rob Mulholland Scottish sculptor creates a sculpture of his semi-silhouettes of Plexiglas.
Translucent acrylic plexiglass has a wonderful property to distort the reflection of light in a way that creates the effect of partial invisibility.
At some point, one sees a figure in a forest, and the next second she lost - and only the branches and leaves swaying in the place where there was a shadowy figure.
Wood sculpture of ghost Rob Mulholland fit perfectly in the forest landscape.
Plexiglas, unlike ordinary glass, it is difficult to break.
But it is convenient to work with the sculptor - this material is easily cut.
The sculptor during the installation of one of his works.
Scottish forests are popular holiday destination, and the ghosts of Rob Mulholland play the role of attractions like the room of fear, a kind of entertainment for tourists.