Vancouver is home to a new public piece of art work, this time in the form of a massive chandelier hanging under Granville Street Bridge.
By massive, I mean it!
It’s 26 feet tall and 14 feet wide. It weighs a staggering 7500 pounds, and is adorned with 600 faux crystals made of polyurethane.
If the reports are to be believed, the cost of this shiny new accessory is .. drum roll, please .. 4.8 million dollars. Thankfully it was privately funded.
It’s called Spinning Chandelier because twice per day the impressive piece slowly lowers, spins for a minute or two and then rises back up into the position we see here.
Public reaction has been, not surprisingly, mixed. I think it’s pretty neat looking through.
What do you think of it? Comment below!