Street performer dressed in a costume made from hundreds of mirrors was spotted near Griffith Observatory in downtown Los Angeles.
It looks like the Mirror Man made quite an impression on the surrounding people. Series of photos by SiLver sKY.
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New super hero/villain?
Apr 13th, 2010
W O W
Quite a costume for Halloween night!
Outstanding! Very very awesome.
can i play poker with him? LOL
Apr 14th, 2010
Awesome! Wonder if he still has all his fingers after creating that ;)
Oh god this is so awesome. Although it’d be hard to move around in, haha.
just like silver surfer :D
That is Sick!
That must be very warm inside!
He looks as if he’s almost invisible…!!
Please… Don’t… Fall.
Looks VERY cool!
Intresting but not practical.
It’s Hollywood…in LA, everyboy’s an artist – a creator.
Its very awesome and creative AND original! but.. how are you able to sit;
Thats pretty sweet. GLASS SUIT UP.
Man…that’s hot!! I mean that literally….to be suited in that at G.Park cannot be comfortable…but very Cool.
so cool yet so scary
Epic is the only word.
oooof! that must be a pain to wear
but must be cool
Wow! It just… “sparkles” in my eyes! LOL
woah. intense. how does he move? this is awesome.
Apr 15th, 2010
Move over iron man! Mirror man here to blind you unexpectedly during day time!
It’s not a costume if you can’t wear it.
if he falls…is that 7 billion years bad luck ?
Not to mention the bad luck for tailoring the suit!
He gives the MJ-song “Man In the Mirror” a whole new meaning :)
Apr 16th, 2010
Super!!! fantastic specticle!
hahaha i agree with kimmo is does. awesome idea, i wonder how he made it though?
This thing is awesome! The suit/face makes him look like a mobster. A very reflective mobster.
Apr 19th, 2010
Mr. Glass was the villian in “Unbreakable” with Bruce Willis. He was played by Samuel L. Jackson.
Apr 22nd, 2010
Lady Gaga would be proud
I think it would be of a lot fun to dance with him, always seeing myself on him. That’s really a great work. It’s about the interaction of others.
Jul 8th, 2010