This whimsical sculpture brings more than just a touch of colorful delight to ill hospital patients. If you believe the plaque next to it, it also comes with a bit of magic.
Lollipop Be-Bop is a series of entwining colored hoops installed as an art installation outside Bristol Royal Hospital for Children in an attempt to make the hospital a more welcoming place for sick children. Inside the hospital, patients can light up the sculpture using a machine.
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