The Makers Monument

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Influenced by the region's indigenous artwork dating back thousands of years, "The Makers Monument" is in the shape of a giant crystal with seemingly random cut-out shapes puncturing the structure. Those shapes are in fact not random; they are representative of the objects used in the manufacturing facilities of Columbus. A tooth, keys, gears, and rocking horses are only a few of the hundreds of embedded silhouettes. (Submitted by Sheryl Mejia)

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I love this sculpture!! A pleasant surprise!