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florentijn hofman's giant rubber duck: the aftermath
may 15, 2013
florentijn hofman's giant rubber duck: the aftermath


florentijn hofman’s giant rubber duck: the aftermath
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NEWS: after dominating the scenery of victoria harbour just over a week ago, hong kong’s resident yellow rubber duck
by dutch artist florentijn hofman – which originally made its debut in 2007 by traveling around the world – took a turn for
the worst as it completely deflated overnight. measuring just under six stories, the inflatable sculpture was planned to
be on display june 9, 2013.

 

 

after dominating the scenery of victoria harbour just over a week ago, hong kong’s resident yellow rubber duck has completely deflated
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measuring just under six stories, the inflatable sculpture was planned to be on display june 9, 2013
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florentijn hofman’s giant rubber duck in hong kong’s victoria harbour
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view of the rubber duck from a far, floating alongside the vessels coming into the harbour
image courtesy the artist

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