Land Rover Festival of Speed Sculpture

By: Elsa Blaine - Published: Jul 22, 2008 • References: dezeen
It took 3,415 parts, 4,890 bolts and over 100 tonnes of steel to construct this welded sculpture, contracted by Land Rover for the Goodwood Festival of Speed last weekend in England. Five luxury Land Rover vehicles were attached at gravity defying angles, exemplifying the extreme off-road abilities the 4x4s cars have.

The 34 meter high web of metal was designed by Gerry Judah and fabricated by Littlehampton Welding. The lighting, which made the sculpture look fantastic at night, was done by Starlight Design. Stats for Webs of Steel Trending: Older & Chilly
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