10 Unusual and creative sculptures around the world

The ten most unusual and creative Sculptures around the world you need to See.

Men in a boat approach 'Die Badende' ('The Bather'), a giant sculpture showing a woman's head and knees as if she were resting in the Binnenalster lake on August 3, 2011 in Hamburg, Germany. The sculpture, which is made of styrofoam and steel and measures 4 meters high and 30 meters long, is a project by artist Oliver Voss and will be on display for the next ten days.


People walk past the giant sculpture etitled 'Popped up', on the banks of the Danube River on November 12, 2014 in Ulm, Germany. The giant was made by Ervin Herve-Loranth for the Art Market Budapest 2014 - an international contemporary art fair. The sculpture has been installed to commemorate the 1989 revolution and will be in place until the end of November, at Metzgerturm (butcher tower).

14 Bronze statues designed by Polish artist Jerzy KALINA (Born April 15, 1944 in Garwolin) representing people descending into the earth that make up 'The Anonymous Pedestrians' as a memorial to the introduction of martial law on December 13, 1981, and the hordes of people who disappeared in the middle of the night courtesy of the militia.

A woman views 'The Force of Nature II' by contemporary sculptor Lorenzo Quinn installed in Berkeley Square by Halcyon Gallery on February 10, 2011 in London, England. The sculpture is the final piece to be installed in the Halcyon Gallery's London Sculpture Trail comprising of six monumental sculptures on public display in central London.


Hand of the Desert sculpture by Chilean artist Mario Irarrazabal. The sculpture of a giant hand rising from the ground is located in the Atacama Desert near Antofagasta, Chile.

Statue of a gun with knotted barrel, by the Swedish artist Carl Fredrik Reuterswaerd, in front of the headquarters of the United Nations Organisation (UNO).

Officially known as ‘A Day Out’ this 4 life-size pigs have become icons of the area since they were put up in 1999 and are proof of how public sculptures have the ability to transform the atmosphere of an area for the better.


The tall black sculpture represents a headless male figure in a suit with a figure of Franz Kafka sitting on his shoulders. The sculptor, Jaroslav Rona says he found inspiration for the statue in Kafka's work.

Mustangs at Las Colinas’ by bronze sculptor Robert Glen. It commemorates the wild mustangs that historically roamed the surrounding area in Irving, Texas.

Unusual Strange Great White shark figure whacky art plunged through roof of house in suburban street, Oxfordshire,


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Juicy: 10 Unusual and creative sculptures around the world
10 Unusual and creative sculptures around the world
The ten most unusual and creative Sculptures around the world you need to See.
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