This moving tribute to a farmer’s six-year-old daughter is both visually striking and wildly unnecessary. Now people flying over Belfast can look down and be terrified by the image confronting them. Because, you know, everyone loves to be scared while riding in a plane.
The installation used satellite technology and required 30,000 pegs, 2,000 tonnes of soil and 2,000 tonnes of sand to build.
Yup, totally reasonable use of resources all around.
Should have made it a scantily-clad hot chick. That’s a visual all airline passengers can get behind.