Located in Liverpool, this work of art is called “Turning The Place Over” and actually rotates 360-degrees. Continue reading for a video demonstration.

Cut in the wall of an old Yates’s Wine Lodge, the installation sits opposite one of the city’s train stations and is costing almost $900,000 – that’s $50,000 for each month of its existence

[via Gizmodo]

Located in Liverpool, this work of art is called “Turning The Place Over” and actually rotates 360-degrees. Continue reading for a video demonstration.

Cut in the wall of an old Yates’s Wine Lodge, the installation sits opposite one of the city’s train stations and is costing almost $900,000 – that’s $50,000 for each month of its existence

[via Gizmodo]