This artist's tribute to Muhammad Ali floats like a butterfly and swings like a ... punching bag.
Using about 1,300 speed bags, five miles of stainless steel cables and two miles of aluminum tubing, artist Michael Kalish has strung up a massive homage to boxing's biggest legend.
The installation -- titled "reALIze" -- uses punching bags to form a 23-foot-tall portrait of the famed fighter's face.
From nearly every angle, the giant work looks like a mess of poles, wires and hanging speed bags.
But from one perspective, it all comes together to form Ali's face.
via Artist Michael Kalish Creates Portrait of Muhammad Ali Using Punching Bags.