Objects are never seen as they are. In the perception there is always just what we know about it. We associate meanings from our experience and transfer them to what we see. In no moment we see the world as it is really conceived. We do not reflect what we do not see and leave out details under the essence of what we project on real things. I want to break these associations, so that at the first or second glance something is not as usual. Often the usability is indicative of our awareness of something. The more that does not resemble what we know, the more attention it requires of us, and we begin to wonder what it is and how it could be.