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
Currently the area is under construction.[Carmen Reed, 08/06/2016]
There is construction in front of the eyeball, so pictures are difficult from the street. We didn't try, but the best view is probably from the upper floors of the hotel across the street. We were disappointed we couldn't get closer to it.[Steve, 06/29/2016]
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]