Located within the campus of the London School of Economics in Sheffield Street, the World Turned Upside Down is a thought-provoking sculpture by the Turner Prize-winning artist Mark Wallinger.
Taking its name from a 17th-century English ballad, the sculpture measures 13 feet (4 m) in diameter.
The glove has been inverted on to its North Pole, revealing a different perspective on the world, with most of the landmasses now lying in the lower hemisphere.
Here’s more photos of the piece which is free to view at any time:
Handprints show where someone has tried to get on top of the globe!