40. Buddies Like Pigs
It’s the kind of sculpture that makes you want to stop to admire it and that makes you smile.
The sculptor titled it “Day Off” and it is located in Adelaide, Australia. Children must love this artwork and its adorable pigs.
41. The Four Horsemen Of The Apocalypse
“La Montée Des Eaux” is a work by Jason DeCaires Taylor. It can be found in the Thames in the City of London a short walk from the British Parliament.
Jason deCaries Taylor
We find the sculptor Jason DeCaires Taylor who plunges these four horsemen, like the four horsemen of the apocalypse, in the rivers as a warning to climate change and rising waters.
42. Why Is The Flock Still?
“The Herd On The Move” is located in Dallas, Texas, USA. This sculpture is so realistic. We have the impression that the herd will start moving again in the next second. Hats off to the sculptor!
If you take a closer look, you’ll be impressed by the sculptor’s attention to detail. A gripping work that leaves you speechless!
43. Almost Spiritual Sculptures
We don’t know what you think about it, but there is something like a je ne sais quoi in these statues that invite spirituality and reflection.
As if the artist’s work was not enough, the weather had decided that day to give even more character and to make the work even more captivating.
44. The Sharknado Movie Is Based On Real Facts 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.
Blockhead in English means fool, silly, but literally it just means stone blockhead. Perhaps the sculptor had fun with the English expression and decided to represent it literally.
This statue is actually called “The Unknown Bureaucrat” and was created by Icelandic sculptor Magnus Thomasson in 1994.
46. A Bad Bald?
At first glance, you might think you’re watching a villain from one of the sci-fi movies around. In fact, it is a wonderful sculpture.
It is called “Metalmorphosis” a play on words in English on the words metal and metamorphosis. This work by David Cherny can be found in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA in Whitehall Technology Park.
47. One More Reason To Hate War
It is a scene from World War I that can be found in the town of Eceabat in Turkey.
This battle scene represents every aspect of this war on the battlefield, including death.
48. They should be moved at night
These iguanas look so real, but we have a suggestion. They should hire someone to move them after dark. The iguana park in Amsterdam would thus be transformed ad infinitum.
If you want to see them for real, there is a park with roaming iguanas in Guayaquil, Ecuador. It’s a great visit.
49. Can’t wait for the weekend
This sculpture in Bratislava, Slovakia is called “Man At Work”. It represents a man at work who seems strangely smiling. How can you be so smiling at work?
It’s probably Friday and he’s thinking about what he’s going to be able to do this weekend.
50. Time To Leave This Planet
This spider sculpture is on display at Tate Modern in London and is very spooky. It will give people who hate spiders a cold sweat.
It reminds us a bit of the
Stranger Things series and Stephen King’s new Brume / em>. If you haven’t seen the series or read the short story, we highly recommend them.