The first piece of art work at the Olympic Park has been completed and you can see what it looks like above.
The work, which has been created by Hackney artist Keith Wilson, can be seen in the Waterworks River at the park and is made up of 35 pillars shaped like crayons that are painted the same colours as the Olympic rings. Ranging between 10 - 16 feet in height the pieces have been made out of the same material as navigational buoys meaning that they wont get all green and manky before the games begin this Summer. The piece is the first of many Olympic art works to be finished.
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