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Public art is more than just an aesthetic afterthought but an integral part of all new commercial and residential Docklands developments. Some artists have drawn inspiration from the area’s industrial past as an industrial port, while others have created works which reflect the futuristic nature of the precinct. Either way, you’ll find art everywhere, maybe as a freestanding structure, or embedded in a building’s façade. From the serpentine Webb Bridge to a precariously perched bovine (called not at all cryptically: Cow Up a Tree) art at Docklands can be appreciated purposefully, or incidentally as part of your daily routine.