World’s Largest Rubber Duck Travels to Pittsburgh

October 6, 2013

largest-rubber-duckThe giant 40-foot tall floating art installation by Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman has traveled all over the world and now is in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Check it out before it leaves on October 20th, 2013. This duck is truly the biggest rubber duck you have ever seen. Read more about the Pittsburgh rubber ducky.

Take a look at the pictures captured worldwide of the duck. It really has traveled quite the journey to get to Pittsburgh. Hopefully it is here to stay in the US for a little bit longer. Maybe it will come to some larger cities such as LA, Chicago or NYC. We will have to wait to see.

Ducky loves Pittsburgh's skyline
Ducky loves Pittsburgh's skyline
Duck passing Heinz Field
Duck passing Heinz Field
Duck Nose!
Duck Nose!
People gathering to see this amazing creation
People gathering to see this amazing creation
People getting up close and personal with large ducky
People getting up close and personal with large ducky
Duck going under a bridge in Pittsburgh
Duck going under a bridge in Pittsburgh
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Rubber Ducky in Hong Kong!
pittsburgh rubber ducky
The duck came in with a big boom especially with these Asian dancers!
pittsburgh rubber ducky
Duck in Beijing, China!
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Yes, the duck was in Sydney, Australia too
Duck being pulled in Taiwan
Duck being pulled in Taiwan

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