Try this!

Yesterday’s answer: the side of the State Department building in Rosslyn. Congratulations to Kimberly for being the first to answer correctly (it might help that she also works nearby…).

Interesting fact: this is actually a piece of art, I maintained for the first year of working in Rosslyn that it was metal on the outside of the building to deflect the rays of spies trying to hack into the State Department.

Turns out, they are actually steels disks and pins on injection molded plastic panels.

Here is another example of Ned’s work in Holland:

Today’s picture…

You know the drill!

2 Responses to “Try this!”

  1. 1 Jessica
    April 2, 2009 at 8:34 pm

    I guess i can’t answer this one…

  2. 2 Genuis
    April 3, 2009 at 3:02 pm

    The side of the metro wall across from the platform turned 90 degrees?

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