The keyboard monument seen in the photo is located in the city of Ekaterinburg in Russia, though I question how popular the QWERTY-style sculpture is as a tourist attraction. But who knows? The YouTube video shows its size in comparison to people.
I'm not sure how it could become marketed, as the artwork is relatively low in detail, and requires a bird's eye view to capture its intended picture. However, it does have the rare trait of being a rather low-tech rendition of a hi-tech device.
I don't know whether this idea will catch on, or even what it should be categorized as...
Geeky Guerrilla Sculptures
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