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Las Vegas, Nevada: Look!

Three large stainless steel Gumby-like figures stand in a line, each taller than the other. Their heads have holes in them; if you look upward through all three holes, you see the top of the STRAT tower.

2000 S. Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV
Outside the front entrance to the STRAT Casino and Tower, which is on the northwest corner of S. Las Vegas Blvd and W. Bob Stupak Ave. Midway between Downtown and The Strip.
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[ProperNomad, 04/18/2024]

The purpose of Look! is not to look "at" it but "through" it. The three large abstract figures represent tourists: one points skyward, the others lean back to follow its direction. When you Look! through the holes in their heads, you get a framed view of tiny real tourists at the top of the 1,149-foot-high STRAT Casino tower.

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