With the London 2012 opening ceremony tonight theres not a time more perfect then now. A huge double decker bus has been transformed into an athelete doing push ups. I can confirm that the bus does indeed moves up and down doing actual pushups. It’s quite amazing to watch. The Czech artist David Cerny is the creator of this Olympic themed piece of gigantic art. He bought the bus in Holland and then attached two huge electrical arms to each side of it. To watch the video of the artwork search on Youtube London bus doing pushups. You won’t be dissapointed! It is powered by an electrical engine and each push up is completed with sounds. There are also video projections on the windows of the bus. The artist hopes the vehicle named The London Booster will become the unofficial mascot of the Olympic Games. When being talked to about this particular red artwork he commented saying, “We will see how long the athlete can work out for. Let’s hope he will exercise for the full three weeks. He will be the biggest sportsman there”.
Olympic Torch Facts
The 2012 Torch was designed by east Londoners Edward Barbar and Jay Osgerby
The flame is extinguished on the final day of the games at the closing ceremony
The 2012 Torch was designed to be strong yet light which is why it has 8,000 circles
The three words that make the Olympic motto is faster, higher and stronger
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