Colorado Springs, Colorado: Giant Hammer

20 feet high, made of 99 percent recycled metal -- the only new material is the bolts holding it together -- by Clay Bussanich.
1100 S. Royer St., Colorado Springs, CO
Southeast side of the city. On the west side of S. Royer St., just north of the train tracks and E. Las Vegas St.
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The hammer is part of the property owned by Concrete Couch, an arts nonprofit in Colorado Springs which seeks to build community and provide access to the arts for underserved populations. This is at 1100 S. Royer, aka Concrete Coyote. More information is at

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