Where in Birmingham Is ... This Piece of Public Art?

This colorful art piece is located at a busy intersection. Do you know where it is?

Happy Saturday, everyone! This week, we're wondering how much you know about Birmingham and so we're asking you: where is this piece of colorful public art?

Plus, you get bonus points if you can give us the name of this art piece.

Alan Stamm April 21, 2012 at 09:48 AM
The former Patch columnist who included this striking 2006 installation in a 'Discover Birmingham' roundup Jan. 14, 2011 is too well-mannered to reveal more than its weight (2.5 tons) and artist (Terry Lee Dill of Pontiac).
Yolanda Jefferson April 21, 2012 at 11:05 AM
Brown & Pierce. Saw some patrons leaving South Bar late one evening urinating on it.
Stephanie P. SOUTH supporter! April 21, 2012 at 11:14 AM
Yolanda, wow... again you are on top of it... amazing how you are so connected to everything South. Did they leave a travel of cookie crumbs so you knew they walked from that bar!? Amazing. Credible. Highly doubtful. What is your motivation Yolanda, do tell?
M.E. Johnson April 21, 2012 at 01:20 PM
Let's go "north" or a "180" to distract from the passive/aggressive comments. It looks like one its from the animated movie "The Incredibles" which I'm can prove or disprove had some public urination.


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