Steel Turns Real in Animal Artwork

5 Jul, 2006 By: Michelle Nicolson

Raster-to-vector conversion software is key in Paley Studios' quest to create the world's largest public zoo sculpture


The size of the Animals Always sculpture, which lies at the entrance of the St. Louis Zoo, is impressive in itself. Measuring 130' long, 36' high and 8' deep -- reportedly the world's largest public zoo sculpture -- it features more than 60 recognizable animals, including elephants, penguins, giraffes and a giant salamander.p>

Also impressive is the technology that proved to be key in transforming an artistic concept into a gigantic steel artwork.  Read more >>


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