UK designer Benedict Radcliffe has a unique set of artwork that combines engineering, machinery and architecture. His latest piece 'The Cage' looks to resemble a giant car tire from the distance, but as you get closer, you can see the miniature soccer pitch inside.
Benedict Radcliffe built this fun and toy-sized stadium right outside the Stade de France where World Cup 98 was held. Inside 'The Cage,' a competition is held where people try to score on a former French Olympic goalkeeper to win prizes.
Photo Credits: designboom, benedictradcliffe
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