Taking one of the seven wonders of the world, the "Christ the Salvation" in Brazil, one hundred years ago, the idea of building a large landmark on the mountain was proposed by the Archbishop of Rio de Janeiro. In the end, he chose the "Salvation Jesus" among several choices. The posture of the "arm".
At that time, a team of sculptors, engineers, and technicians worked hard to create such a macroscopic art building, and the ALT design team added elements that would be used on the construction site, such as the ruler lines and material markings of the engineering unit, and adopted American inkjet. The technology is presented on the hooded windbreaker jacket, so that the color of the back image can be more full and clear, and the durability and life of washing can be enhanced. The design inspiration comes from the builders who made this statue at that time.