Two-ton fish blows in the wind


Two-ton fish blows in the wind

It’s amazing to think that a breeze on a sunny day can turn into something powerful enough to create electricity to run our homes. What other super powers does wind have? In our series "What can wind do?" we will explore unique ways wind is changing our world.

This 45-foot long, two-ton, wind-interactive codfish sculpture on the Boston waterfront was created by artist David Tonnesen. Legal Sea Foods, a well-known restaurant chain based in Boston, commissioned the artist to create the piece. Not only do the body parts spin, but the eye changes color to indicate wind speed.

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