Outstanding futuristic sculptures that were made to break any rules of physics
These futuristic sculptures prove that art may not follow any rules, but be stunning and popular. QuizzClub team bets you'll be surprised!
QuizzClub team has found 10 stunning sculptures that break the common vision of art. The artists of these objects express themselves using modern tools and gadgets to make their works comprehensible and to draw attention of young people to art in general. Anyway, these sculptures can amaze people of all generations. You can't miss this!
#1 Karma in the USA
Do-Ho Suh is a Korean sculptor who created this masterpiece for Albright-Knox Art Gallery in New York. This sculpture is only 7 meters high, but it really strikes your imagination because the statue seems to have no ending.
#2 Last Supper in the USA
The sculptural composition is represented in the Goldwell Open Air Museum. This is how a very talented artist Albert Szukalski sees the famous Leonardo da Vince's fresco "The Last Supper". This composition looks great and mysteriously in the background of the famous Death Valley.
#3 Diamonds in Australia
This sculpture created by Neil Dawson seems to levitate. This effect was achieved with the help of hardly noticeable wires that support the construction.
#4 Balancing sculptures
They are really balancing
Such balancing sculptures can be found in big cities all around the world. People keep wondering how these heavy and quite big statues can balance on such thin wires, but sculptor Jerzy Kedziora doesn't reveal this secret.
#5 Monument to the violinist in Amsterdam
This violinist "spoiled" the floor of "Stopera" in Amsterdam. Maybe that's why the sculptor of this statue preferred to stay incognito. Nevertheless, this stunning sculpture attracts everybody's attention and surprises the visitors.
#6 Porsches at the Festival of Speed in Goodwood
Gerry Judah creates unusual sculptures of cars that seem to rush into the sky.
#7 The inevitability of time in the Internet
Adam Martinakis is an artist from Greece, who expresses himself through the genre of digital art. That's why you can see his works only in the Internet.
#7 Features of Gravity for the Elephant in Paris
Daniel Firman created this sculpture and placed it in the Paris Castle of Fontainebleau to somehow prove his theory that an elephant could balance on its own trunk at a height of 18,000 km above ground level.
#9 Runner in Athens
Costas Varotsos created this unusual sculpture of green glass. The greater thing about the statue is that "Runner" seems to be in constant movement.
#10 Ali and Nino in Georgia
Tamara Kvesitadze created this wonderful sculptures in motion was inspired by an everlasting love relations between two people. In the beginning they move to each other, then - separate.
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