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New York, New York: Man Stares at Skyscrapers - Think Big

Made of bronze, with his head tilted skyward. Weighs nearly a ton. Created by sculptor Jim Rennert, who named it "Think Big." He hopes that people pose with the man with their heads tilted skyward.

223-231 E 34th St, New York, NY
Midtown. Statue moves around; last spotted on E 34th St.code-enforcement officials.
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Think Big.

12-Foot-Tall Man Stares at Skyscrapers

The "Think Big" statue has currently moved to 34th Street.

[John L, 04/24/2016]

The big bronze sculpture businessman has been parked in several midtown sidewalk locations, wherever there is prime tourist skyscraper gawking.

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