The ArcelorMittal Orbit looked as if ‘Standing for pride’ near to the London Olympic Stadium. This orbit is designed by Iconic sculptor Anish Kapoor. He is the India-born winner of the Turner Prize, who has given Britain its Olympic mascot - the ArcelorMittal Orbit - the country's biggest public art installation.
The giant Orbit is a 115-metre high steel observation tower at Olympic Park in Stratford in London that is likely to help in the post-Olympic regeneration of the area. Kapoor designed the Orbit with Cecil Balmond with steel donated by India-born steel tycoon Laskhmi Mittal.