This is a Google Maps Pin Art Installation [VIDEO]
Feb 26, 2014 11:16
Who doesn't recognize the Google Maps pin? So what if it was a mural? An interactive one, no less. Here it is.
Called Pin (55° 51′ 42″ N ; 9° 50′ 47″ E), it is part of the Public Art exhibition currently running in the city of Horsens in Denmark. It was created by the Denmark duo of ÖRNDUVALD, and is made up of 10,078 small circular discs that are mounted to plywood.
It looks interactive because as the wind blows, the disks gently flutter and reflect light in all directions. Pretty interesting isn't it? Check it out in the video below: [ÖRNDUVALD via Design Milk]
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