Kinetic Sculpture, Granville Island, Vancouver

Rube Goldberg-like public kinetic sculpture with small cement spheres, commissioned by Ocean Concrete Works, Granville Island, Vancouver, Canada.

Copyright: Brian richards
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 12000x6000
送信日: 08/11/2010
更新日: 23/10/2012
見られた回数: 798
  • Don LePan over 1 year ago
    This is an amazing an wonderful and joyous thing. Does anyone know who made it? (Not the company that commissioned it--the person or people who made it)
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