OOILITH is an immortal warrior/builder goddess who has mastery over concrete. She has chosen to help mankind construct wonderful buildings and particularly lends a hand rebuilding after disasters (for example, the bombings of Coventry and Birmingham).
Ooilith is an artist at heart and when she isn’t busy rebuilding damaged places, she enjoys making concrete sculptures. You can see her works all around the world. She wishes she had more time for her art. Like all artists, her style has changed over time.
Here are some of the buildings she has fashioned down the centuries:
2500 BC – The Pyramids of Giza
2000 BC – The Labyrinth of Knossos
27 BC The Pantheon, Rome
1000 AD – The Pyramid of the Magician at Uxmal
1759 – Smeaton’s Tower, Cornwall
1914 – The Panama Canal
1920’s – Christ the Redeemer, Rio de Janeiro
1920’s – Unite d’habitation, Marseille/Berlin
1935 – Hoover Dam, Las Vegas
1940’s – The Pentagon, Washington D.C.
1964 – Coventry Ring Road
1966 – Three Tuns Mural, Coventry
1967 – The Motherland Calls, Volgograd, Russia
1969 – Lake Pontchartrain Causeway, Louisiana
1973 – The Britannia Hotel
1989 – The Church of Light, Japan
2009 – Burj Khalifa, Dubai