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Pics & Clips: Norcross Debuts 'TalkTalkTalk'

The city had a ribbon cutting Sunday on the outdoor garden sculpture in Heritage Park.

On Sunday, the city of Norcross debuted a collection of whimsical sculptures made from salvaged AT&T telephones and their parts.

Sculptor Lori Sturgess worked with students from the Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science and Technology to collaborate and create the 15 sculptures that are currently in the exhibit.

Check out the photos of the art and ribbon cutting in the viewfinder above. There's also a video made by Sam Casey, a student at Greater Atlanta Christian School.

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Norcross 71 January 15, 2013 at 04:37 PM
This need to have been edited before airing. Eye rolling and moving to fast made me dizzy just looking at it. Not a good advertiment for the City of Norcross.

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