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WATCH: You Have To See This Chinese Sky Ladder To Believe It

Someone has taken the phrase "touch the sky" literally.
by John Paulo Aguilera | Aug 12, 2015
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You're stargazing with your bae one night when, suddenly, this thing shoots up to the evening sky:

Sky Ladder

“Sky Ladder,” a pyrotechnic artwork by Cai Guoqiang, a Chinese contemporary artist currently living and working in New York City. Cai is best known for using gunpowder in his spectacular works. #VideofromChina

Posted by Trending in China on Monday, August 10, 2015

Holy smokes, WTF was that?!

That vertical visual installation you usually just see in judgment day movies is actually a pyrotechnic artwork by Chinese contemporary artist Cai Guo-Qiang, who is popular for his gunpowder-manifested works of art.

The "Sky Ladder," pulled off at Huiyu Island Harbour, Quanzhou, Fujian during dawn, is one of Cai's recent masterpieces.

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Videos of its execution, which lasted approximately two minutes and 30 seconds, has since gone viral, with netizens seemingly getting inspired by Cai's creativity, albeit in the comments section:

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And just like that top comment said, it's all fun and games until someone spoils all of it...

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Still, awesome, right?

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