Dallas, Texas: 30-Foot-Tall EyeballArtist's big sculpture based on his own veiny orb. The eye spent time in Chicago's Pritzker Park until 2010, then a couple of years in Wisconsin, then moved to Dallas in August 2013.
- 1607 Main St., Dallas, TX
- Downtown. On the north side of Main St. between N. Ervay and N. Akard Sts. Gated, but visible from the street.
30-Foot-Tall Eyeball: In 2007 artist Tony Tassert created a seven-foot-tall bloodshot eyeball, using his own eye as a reference. It was installed in a park in St. Louis, Missouri, where it creeps out visitors to this day. [07/01/2010] Complete Story...
Visitor Tips and News About 30-Foot-Tall Eyeball
The park where the eyeball is located is gated, so you can't get up close and personal with the artwork.[Queen Becky, 01/28/2016]
The owners of the eyeball are apparently blind to the bad optics of keeping it off-limits to the public.
The park where the eyeball is located is gated, so you can't get up close and personal with the artwork.[Drumbabe, 10/17/2015]
Only a couple of blocks from the DART, nice area of town. Sits in a fenced area with AstroTurf.[Jackie Smiley, 03/20/2015]
The eyeball now looks out from behind a fence next to the Joule Hotel in Dallas. The fence is tall but you can peer in between the bars and take a snap of the eyeball. Definitely a sight to see! (har)[Chessie Monks, 05/16/2014]