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    Somewhere in the city of Palo Alto, California, are sculptures that give new meaning to balls of steel. Six typography sculptures were designed and built by Joe O’Connell and Blessing Hancock to be displayed on the streets of Palo Alto. The collection is titled Words of Steel and it was put together by cutting out multilingual phrases into steel and welding them together to create giant, hollow, rounded shapes.  The six sculptures are located in between the Palo Alto Main Library and Arts Center. During the day, the steel structures can be examined in the daylight and the words and messages can be explored. At night, LED lights illuminate the structures to cast large shadows of the wording. The messages are cast out in large shadows for visitors to enjoy. The lights on the sculptures are controlled by interactive controls so visitors can control the color of the lights at their leisure. The lighted messages can be seen and enjoyed from a distance. Check out the Words of Steel structures in the gallery below.
      它是通过切割出多语言短语到钢和焊接他们共同创造巨大的放在一起,镂空,造型圆润。这六个雕塑位于帕洛阿尔托主图书馆和艺术中心之间。白天,钢结构可以检查在日光和词语和消息可以被探索。到了晚上,LED灯照亮结构投措辞的大阴影。该消息被投出的阴影较大,供游人欣赏。在雕塑的灯都通过交互式控件控制,使游客可以在空闲时间控制灯光的颜色。
Glye于2015-8-2 10:30:06时发表在 景观小品 查看完整作品

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