The World’s Largest Inflatable Rubber Duck Sails Into Hong Kong

May 2, 2013 by  
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The world’s largest inflatable rubber duck sailed into the Victoria Harbor in Hong Kong yesterday. The 46-foot-tall and 55-foot-long floating sculpture, which is the work of Dutch conceptual artist Florentijin Hofman , was pulled into the harbor by a tiny tug boat, causing quite a stir among the curious locals. The Rubber Duck has already visited Sydney, Osaka and Sao Paolo, and will remain in Hong Kong until June 9. Read the rest of The World’s Largest Inflatable Rubber Duck Sails Into Hong Kong Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Art , contemporary art , dutch art , Dutch artist , floating rubber duck , Florentijin Hofman , Giant Rubber Duck , Hong Kong art , Hong Kong harbor , inflatable sculptures , mobile sculpture , rubber duck art        

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Shigeru Ban Nominated for 2013 Aga Khan Award for Sri Lanka Post-Tsunami Housing Project

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WOHA’s Met Tower Remains Naturally Cool in Bangkok’s Tropical Climate

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