Image Collection create a gallery browse galleries advanced search « (Image 53 of 69) <Prev | Next> small ( log in to see larger image) ©2007 Project for Public Spaces, Inc. All rights reserved. (no caption) Image Details Title: Millenium Park Chicago Jun07 025 [Simplified URL] Image ID: 45828 Rank: [image not yet ranked] What's this? Location: Millennium Park - Crown Fountain Chicago IL Photo Credit: Ethan Kent Contributed by Katharina Winzler Keywords: The fountain consists of two 50-foot glass block towers. They project video images from a broad social spectrum of Chicago citizens, a reference to the traditional use of gargoyles in fountains, where faces of mythological beings were sculpted with open mouths to allow water, a symbol of life, to flow out. Designer Plensa adapted this practice by having faces of Chicago citizens projected on LED screens and having water flow through a water outlet in the screen to give the illusion of water spouting from their mouths. The collection of faces, Plensa's tribute to Chicagoans, was taken from a cross-section of 1,000 residents. Water Categories: Interactive Fountains Galleries: Galleries in which this image appears: (none) Like What You See? PPS images are available for purchase. Click here or call our office at (212) 620-5660 and speak to Ethan Kent for details. PPS members receive a discount on images. Become a member today!