There’s a New Way of Playing Ping Pong
Creative French artist Benedetto Bufalino is popularly known for his humorous urban creations that he displays as part of his public art performances. From turning cars into barbecues, phone booths into aquariums, to placing campers on scissor lifts, Bufalino is well-known for his out-of-the-box thinking.
In his latest invention, Bufalino has given an upside-down old car a far-fetched second chance that many cars can only dream of. Instead of breaking down an old white sedan down for its parts, the artist has given it the best hope of being much more useful by astoundingly turning it into a usable Ping-Pong table.
This second chance of a lifetime not only makes the ‘car-table’ visually interesting, but also turns it into an amusingly fully-functional table that allows players to enjoy their Ping-Pong game. It’s carefully carved and painted blue with visible white markings and a rectangular net to divide competitors.
To make it even more interesting and to bring a cool twist to the Ping-Pong game, Bufalino decided to leave the four wheels on their normal positions.