San Francisco is a great city to explore on foot, and by walking, you are sure to run into some amazing public art. Therefore, you might pass by that massive steel ‘thing’ every day, but do you know anything about it” Read up on some of San Francisco’s most famous public art.
Siding the headquarters of the SF Public Utilities Commission, Firefly is a 12-story sculpture by environmental artist Ned Kahn. Designed to emphasize the movement of wind, thousands of tiny polycarbonate panels create a shimmering ripple effect, which at night transforms into a dancing LED light show. The best part” The illumination of the whole sculpture requires less energy than a 75-watt light bulb.