If you live in a big city, you’ve probably seen a few things you couldn't quite explain. Chances are, you haven’t encountered a large 15-foot high, 250-pound inflated red ball casually rolling down the street. That’s exactly what people in Toledo, Ohio, saw when a wind gust knocked over an art installation and sent the gigantic ball on a pin-ball-like lane through an urban street.
Dubbed The RedBall Project, by artist Kurt Perschlke, the ball seemed to have a life of its own. Especially when it decided to tour the busy downtown street. Imagine how the people, who saw this enormous orb up-close, explained their encounter.
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