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Wicked Witch Legs

Wicked Witch Legs is a giant temporary public art installation outside NAB's Docklands office that has been unveiled as part of the company's "More Give, Less Take" advertising campaign. MacLeod Consulting worked with Moth Design to analyse the artwork for wind loads, bump loads, person loads, and to check the structural capacity of the calf and heel.

Quick Facts

Project Type Sculptures
Project Materials Steel, Other
Project Size Small
Completed Project Yes
Completion Date October 2013

Map Location

800 Bourke St, Docklands, Victoria 3008

Project Team

Client National Australia Bank
Builder Cineart Studios
Artist Taboo, and Moth Design

Project Description

Wicked Witch Legs is a giant temporary public art installation outside NAB's Docklands office that has been unveiled as part of the company's "More Give, Less Take" advertising campaign.The legs, measuring 5m long, 2m wide, and 3.5m high, are constructed from foam and fibreglass and are positioned to appear as if the NAB building has landed on the wicked witch.

MacLeod Consulting worked with Moth Design to analyse the artwork for wind loads, bump loads, person loads, and to check the structural capacity of the calf and heel. Steel frames and connectors as well as hidden water ballast tanks and temporary fixings to the pavement were added to stabilise the artwork.