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.
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
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]
They took down the eyeball one week ago. No longer there but they do have an array of other fun, large things on the property.[Nicole, 07/20/2013]
The 30-foot-tall eyeball stares once more! Until 2010 it glared from a park in downtown Chicago. Now it's been reassembled in Sparta, Wisconsin, where it casts its withering gaze outside the headquarters of F.A.S.T. Corp. (F.A.S.T. built the eyeball, as well as many of America's other giant roadside statues). Although its presence in Sparta is technically temporary -- until artist Tony Tassert finds someone who wants to buy it -- we were told that the eyeball might stay on display outside F.A.S.T. for some time. "There's really not a huge demand for it," said F.A.S.T. production manager Mike Wield, "unless you own a company like Visine."[RoadsideAmerica.com Team, 04/19/2012]