Ali

Juxtapoz explains:

Internationally renowned artist and sculptor Michael Kalish, inspired by conversations with Muhammad Ali's wife, Yolanda, created what we consider to be one of the more impressive installation/portraits we have seen in quite some time. ... The project, reALIze, is a "two-story structure composed of five miles of stainless steel, two miles of aluminum tubing, and 1300 boxing speed bags. Viewed from nearly every angle, the result appears to be a massive, boxing-inspired rainstorm -- but find the exact right position, and it unexpectedly becomes a 2-D vision of the timeless face of Muhammad Ali."

Impressive.

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