The last time I saw Missouri in the news, it was the unfortunate case of a pool party in the Ozarks during a pandemic. So pardon me if I'm a bit more excited to see an awesome piece of public art in Clayton, MO than... well, a pool party during a deadly pandemic. The project is called Wind Veil, seven stories tall and about 300 feet wide of wind powered-public art created by artist Ned Kahn. The work features 93,000 individual aluminum "flappers," that when moved by the wind, creaing a massive and rather soothing visual experience. Way better than looking at a car park, no?