Immense Mode.

Big Shoes and Legs made of Bricks

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Edmonton, Alberta

"Immense Mode" was built in 2009, a pair of clogs and lower legs in striped stockings, erected on-site using 21 tons of bricks. The legs are 20 feet tall, the shoes 13 feet long. Artists Dawn Detarando and Brian McArthur said they wanted people at a bus stop to feel as if they had a big friend.

7,600 bricks were used in its construction. Tired commuters are welcome to sit on the shoes.

Big Shoes and Legs made of Bricks

111 St. NW, Edmonton, AB, Canada
On the east side of 111 St. NW, just north of Hwy 2, next to the bus stop at Southgate Mall.
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