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  • Diane B

    Muhammad Ali speed bag tribute, 2011, by Michael Kalish. Materials: 1,300 punching bags, 6.5 miles of stainless steel cable, and 2,500 pounds of aluminum pipe to construct a 22-foot-high installation that took three years to complete.

  • PJ Negri

    Muhammad Ali Sculpture made with only boxing gloves

  • Kitmei Wong

    Muhammad Ali Sculpture by Michael Kalish

  • Susan St. Martin

    Wow, a portrait of Muhammad Ali, made from thousands of punching bags! #muhammadali #ali #punchingbag #boxing

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