Question: Who made that giant car sculpture in Midtown?
For the past three years or so, thousands of people a day passed Rockspinner, a 22,000-pound granite boulder that rested on a spinning base at the intersection of Peachtree and 10th Street.
But that installation was replaced last week with something new and, if you can believe it, heavier.
Autoeater, a 16-ton marble sculpture with a car sticking out of it, has taken the rock’s place.
The towering monument was installed just in time for thousands of runners and spectators passing by during the AJC Peachtree Road Race on Tuesday.
Surely they’ll look on in awe and wonder: Where did this thing come from?
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Credit: Becca J. G. Godwin, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution