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Similar to a commission for a central London office lobby near Trafalgar Square and Monument, this artwork captures the fascinating transient beauty of water vapour or clouds in an abstract way. Usually, clouds look solid to us when seen from below or above. Artistic mediums like painting and photography often feature them as a subject, but it is rare to find them as a subject of sculpture (one example is Andy Warhol's 'Silver Clouds' of 1966). This hand-sculpted wire-mesh artwork adds movement and a fluid, soft and airy impression to the usually neutral and rectangular style of any office, making it an ethereal sight to behold.