Giant baubles hurtle through London’s Tottenham Court Road


London – ‘Twas a month before Christmas.

All over the city the guests mingled and the lights looked beautiful.

Then all of a sudden, out of nowhere – near Soho Square, huge ornaments came out.

The scene looked straight out of a dystopian holiday film as two huge, silver lorries hurtled towards people on one of the busiest roads in the British capital, driven by driving wind and rain. Cars and bikes were out of the way.

The orbs gradually covered their reflection until they remained white, according to videos taken by onlookers and shared on social media.

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While many assumed the orbs were giant Christmas bowls that somehow came loose during Storm Claudio, which hit France and the UK this week, they were part of a temporary art installation in central London. The music duo was created to promote the new album.

The installation, called “Four Worlds Set” and created by American artist Tom Shannon, was created on Sunday night and is on display in St Giles Square, near Tottenham Court Road, until Saturday. and

Online, the footage has sparked reactions that range from outright joy to absolute disbelief, as some say He wrote songs and poems to orbs flowing

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For some, the orbs brought back memories of the 1960s British TV series “Prison,” which featured a giant white sphere called the Rover that blocked people’s movements. Others joked that the scene reminded them of “Raiders of the Lost Ark”, when Harrison Ford, who played Indiana Jones, was chased down a tunnel by a giant double.

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One Twitter user wrote: “Imagine walking home like you’ve been strangled by a giant bauble, Indiana Jones style, and no one believes you until this video.” “Life is really strange right now,” Bill wrote, simply.

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For those behind the installation, the news was dire. Musician Kai Campos, one half of electronic music duo Mount Cambie, said he was “heartbroken” after the wind blew open at least two orbs.

He said the team responsible had “prepared for bad weather and strong winds but got really unlucky.”


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