Atlanta High Museum is currently holding it’s MERRY GO ZOO exhibit. MERRY GO ZOO is an interactive art display that is basically a polyurethane display.

“Inspired to create a playful, twenty-first-century version of an outdoor public sculpture, Hayon has designed four large-scale, vibrantly colored, kinetic structures for Merry Go Zoo. Visitors can interact with the structures either by spinning on the base or by rotating the sculpture. Merry Go Zoo transforms the piazza into a playground and summer refuge that offers a welcoming atmosphere for socializing and recreation. The installation also provides a backdrop for performances, art-making activities and special events co-organized with local partner institutions.”

That’s right almost every component in this exhibit is made from polyurethane. We think it is  an amazing example of just how versatile poly urethane can be! Whether you go for the art or the plastic it’s definitely a fun exhibit to check out.

Check out the pictures below – Might just be inspiration of your next big project! The possibilities are endless.










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