An entire house in Tarpon Springs, Florida -- about 30 miles from Tampa -- is covered in aluminum foil.
But it's not a prank -- artist Piotr Janowski says it's a work of art he's calling "402 Ashland Ave."
"Residing in Tarpon Springs for a period of eight months, the project is centered around my home, my garden, and my palm trees," Janowski's said in a statement he provided to ABC News.
Janowski said he used aluminum foil and weak spray-on adhesive.
"Curious onlookers rarely identified the installation as art," Janowski's statement added. "It was almost always assumed to have a practical value, such as a new form of insulation, pest control, or fire retardant. The act of covering the facade of a house (along with the palm trees and sculpture installation) introduced something uncommon and unexpected into the neighborhood environment, and hopefully offered a new perspective on what had been commonplace."