This was a piece of art done recently in Melbourne... situated next to one of the main roads to get the attention of drivers who are busy playing highway tetris - where you attempt to squeeze your "block" (car) into the right space and slowly but surely wind your way to work.
Apart from the uncontrolled twitching that I received after recognising tetris, (for those who played... I'm sure a couple got the same reaction... a flashback to the many hours "invested" in obtaining the unacheivable perfect game of tetris, fingers flicking across the keyboard as the blocks drop faster and faster, attempting to build multiple lines at once without actually completing them so you get maximum points only to be finally foiled at the last hurdle... anyway, I digress), I thought about how cool and functional the milk crate as been over the years. I've personally used them to store books, act as shelves/bookcases, or to stand on in a crowded situation... but funnily enough, not actually to store milk.
The Wooster Collective also have a few photos of some pretty amazing "car dust art" - it certainly beats the classic "wash me". Imagine getting back to your car to see this on the back window (note the combination of both Mona Lisa and Vincent's Starry Night... pretty cool)
from PopGadget and the wooster collective (a potential language warning on some of the wooster stuff)