“People Of The River” in Singapore is considered one of the most creative statues in the world. We really have the impression that these children are throwing themselves into this river.
Artist Chang Fah Cheong explained, “My involvement in creative activities, especially sculpture, is a state of mind. It is awareness, an acute awareness of my existence, made up of variables and possibilities. unlimited. “
This sculpture of Nelson Mandela in his native land pays homage to a courageous, good and valiant man.
This Mandela sculpture by artist Marco Cianfanelli is on display near Howick, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. This is the place where Nelson Mandela was taken prisoner by the police and where his long march to freedom began.
Shapeshifters are creatures that can change shape. This beautiful hair is not that wonders which represents the equestrian world. They are Kelpies. Mythical shapeshifting creatures that take on the appearance of horses so that their victims straddle them and that they can dive into a deep lake to drown them.
These statues of Kelpies are 30 meters high and each of the two heads weighs over 300 meters. Sculptor Andy Scott created these amazing sculptures which were completed in 2013.
It feels like it’s Elmer’s rifle when Elmer decides to try to hunt Bugs Bunny and the latter always ends up knotting his gun. It also reminds us a bit of Hagrid in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone .
This statue is in fact a denunciation of violence and guns. There are 16 copies all over the world.
This amazing and original sculpture can be found in Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, depicts a famous man holding his arm above the void. It was created by the Czech sculptor David Černý.
There is no doubt that more than one passer-by wanted to shout “Don’t Jump” or call for help as they passed by this statue. Did you recognize the man in question? He is the famous inventor of psychoanalysis Sigmund Freud.
Sharknado is a B-movie that has many fans, despite its implausible storyline. Giant tornadoes form over the Pacific Ocean, sending an army of sharks into the air that terrorizes the population on dry land. A film to be taken completely in the second degree.
Apparently, it really happened, if this sculpture is to be believed. It seems that the city of Oxford, UK is the home of one of the film’s big fans.