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Looking through the head of We by Jaume Plensa, a sculpture composed from characters from seven different alphabets,
outside London Bridge station, London, 2022

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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 1 May 2022

Posted as part of  One Word Sunday

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    • Yes. Commissioned by the Shard. It was installed late last year and this was the first time I came across it. Hard to get a photo of it as a whole because it’s see through. And very different to any other Plensa work I’ve seen

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