In the virtual world of Google Maps, you know where things are based on pins marking the spot, like a modern-day version of the "X" on a treasure map. Danish design group Ornduvald has orchestrated a Google Maps invasion of the real world by building a giant, glittery version of a map pin.
The pin is part of a street art event in Horsens, Denmark. The pin is located at the city center and takes up about 30 square feet of space on the side of a building. It took more than 10,000 large sequins attached to a plywood base to create the massive pointer.… Read more