Tony O'Kane | May 9, 2009

It's the weekend: time to sit back, put up your feet and forget about all the troubles of the past week. With that in mind, here's a selection of images of Lexus' mesmerising "Crystallised Wind" sculpture to help you unwind.

The last time we spoke about Lexus' sculptural submission to the recent Milan Design Week festival, we only had a couple of photos to show you. Now, thanks to Japanese lifestyle site OPENERS, we can now take an up-close look at the all-acrylic masterpiece.

Lexus LF-A Crystallised Wind

The brainchild of Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto, the ethereal Crystallised Wind shows the hidden details in Lexus' LF-A, things like that bellowing V10 engine, the rear-mounted radiators, and even elements of the car's interior.

It's a fascinating look at a car that's been dangled in front of us for so long, but is still some distance away from going on sale, and it makes us wish it were here even more.

Enjoy the gallery.

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