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Paul McCarthy’s Pile of Poo and Other Unique Inflatable Sculptures





Visitors to the future site of Hong Kong’s M+ Museum in West Kowloon will be greeted by a giant pile of Poo. This is Paul McCarthy’s contribution to an outdoor sculpture park commissioned by the museum. Other components of the sculpture park include a large trampoline recreation of Stonehenge, as well as a giant cockroach paired with two downward-facing legs.




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