It’s impossible to miss the giant 30-foot tall eyeball as you walk down Main Street in the Dallas Art District. It’s even harder not to stop and stare back. The fiberglass sculpture was completed in 2007 by artist Tony Tasset and moved from Chicago to Dallas in 2013.
The Giant Eyeball sticks out like a sore thumb, but people love it, clamoring to take photos from a fenced off location. It’s weird, it’s awesome, and it’s definitely worth visiting if you’ve some time to waste and appetite for artistic oddities.