As a London-based vaping company, we couldn’t miss out on a quick visit to the latest vapour sculpture by Fujiko Nakaya. Located on the terrace of the Tate Moderns new Switch House extension.

Fujiko Nakaya created the sculpture by pumping water through 300 specially designed, high-pressure nozzles at varying intervals, which produce an immense cloud of thick vapour. Visitors are encouraged to walk through the mist, which at times reduces visibility to less than a foot.

Japanese artist Fujiko Nakaya has been making vapour sculptures since 1970 and has won numerous awards in a career spanning almost 60 years.

The effect created is an eerie scene of disorientated people slowly shuffling through clouds of vapour. In many ways, it reminded us of last years vape expo or a visit to your local vape store. Check out the photos below to see for yourself.

Fujiko Nakaya Vapour Sculpture

Fujiko Nakaya Vapour Sculpture

Fujiko Nakaya Vapour Sculpture

Fujiko Nakaya Vapour Sculpture

Fujiko Nakaya Vapour Sculpture

Fujiko Nakaya Vapour Sculpture

Fujiko Nakaya Vapour Sculpture

Fujiko Nakaya Vapour Sculpture

Fujiko Nakaya Vapour Sculpture