We’re loving this playful installation from Otto Vincze featured on designboom.
hungarian artist otto vincze’s latest spectacle-centred temporary spatial installation, ‘river-pool – giudecca’ aims to playfully enrich the venetian lagoon with its colourful pool balls. the spherical fender buoys, transformed into enormous pool balls, are gently rocked by the movement of the water and follow the ripples of boats passing by. the set of pool balls is supplemented by two white balls with emblems on their sides: one of which displays the iconic lion of venice, while the other white pool ball shows the anchored patriarchal cross of szentendre, hungary.
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