Drop by Paul Cocksedge - a coin from the palm of a giant
Drop by Paul Cocksedge - a coin from the palm of a giant
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Drop by Paul Cocksedge - a coin from the palm of a giant

As part of the London Design Festival, an unusual installation by Paul Cocksedge has been installed on the streets of the UK capital. It is made in the form of a huge coin, supposedly dropped from the palm of a giant. It was installed, of course, not just like that, but for charity! Well, for creativity!

Drop by Paul Cocksedge - a coin from the palm of a giant

Moreover, in this case, absolutely any person who finds himself next to this unusual installation can engage in creativity. It is designed for this - to attract people, to initiate a creative streak in them.

Drop by Paul Cocksedge - a coin from the palm of a giant Drop by Paul Cocksedge - a coin from the palm of a giant

The Giant Drop coin is made of a material that has its own magnetic field. And it is just the basis for the installation, the basis for the further creativity of people, because, according to Paul Coxage's idea, every passer-by can attach his own coin to this base. And, moreover, each of the many coins can create its own drawing, inscription and other message to Humanity.

Drop by Paul Cocksedge - a coin from the palm of a giant

From time to time, when there are too many coins on the giant Drop coin, they are removed, making room for new donations.

Drop by Paul Cocksedge - a coin from the palm of a giant

But it is not these coins, attached by random passers-by, that are the financial basis of a charity project, part of which is Paul Coxedge's installation called Drop. The partners at the Barnardo's charity fund, for which the money is being raised, will turn every penny attached to this giant coin into a whole pound sterling.

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