World is full of creative and unusual statue and sculpture art pieces. We usually find these statues and sculptures in public parks or in cities. Trash and other day-to-day used materials make many of these art works look attraction for everyone. Super heroes or individuals who have significant contributions to the country or to the locality inspire these public artworks or rather sculpture. These are not easy creations to be done as it takes a lot of creativity and inspiration while planning to create one. In this article, we have collected 20 strange creations of arts that not only will become your desire to visit but also a creative face of humans.
1. Big Rabbit, Sweden :
Located in Orebro, Sweden, Concrete, Big Rabbit or Yellow rabbit is made up of metal, wood, and takspan. The artist Florentijn Hofman created the Big Yellow Rabbit. This toy is 13-meter high temporary sculpture.
2. Cloud Gate, Chicago :
Located in Chicago, Cloud Gate is a big public sculpture and is created by an Indian-born British artist Anish Kapoor in 2006. This sculpture is a cloud shaped door and made up of 168 stainless steel plates welded together.
3. Gundam Robot, Tokyo in Japan :
Gundam Robot is located in Tokyo in Japan since 2009. This robot is 18 m tall and weighing in at 35tonnes. It is Tokyo’s strangest tourist attractions and loved worldwide for its creativity. Gundam Robot officially was opened on July 11 2009 for the celebration of Gundam’s 30th anniversary.
4. Big Eye, Chicago :
Big Eye is situated in Chicago since 2010 and is created by Tony Tasset, an internationally known contemporary artist. Big Eye is a 30-foot tall eyeball sculpture, which is Chicago’s latest public art installation.
5. Forever Marilyn, Chicago :
Created by Seward Johnson, Forever Marilyn is situated in Chicago since 2011. The statue is a representative of one of the most famous images of Monroe, taken from 1955 film The Seven Year Itch. It is 26-foot-tall and manufactured of painted stainless steel and aluminum.
6. Swimming Man, London, England :
Swimming Man statue is 46-foot long and 10-foot tall piece. There is a large sized statue of a swimming man in London, England. The statue was made of polystyrene and painted by hand to resemble real human flesh
7. Working Man , Bratislava, Slovakia :
There is a statue in Bratislava, Slovakia which is in the shape of a working man. It looks as the man is looking out of the hole.
8. Big Doll, Visakhapatnam, India :
Big Doll is a big statue of a girl kid. It is situated in Visakhapatnam, India. The kid is smiling and drawing huge crowds in the South of India. This statue of a cute doll is becoming popular news globally too.
9. Sitting Cows, Toronto, Canada :
Sitting Cows is a most popular sculpture in Toronto. Beautiful statues of Cows one behind other is a great attraction for tourists and for locality too. These real looking designed cows are in Toronto, Canada.
10. Waiting for the turn, New Jersey, USA :
Waiting for the turn statue is a most adorable art, which is located in New Jersey, USA. The five statue of man having a same dressing, looks like they are in a queue and waiting for the turn. It is one of the major attraction city is gifted with.
11. Upside Down Charles La Trobe Statue (Australia) :
Upside Down, Charles La Trobe Statue is at La Trobe University in Melbourne, Australia. Melbourne sculptor Charles Robb created this sculpture standing on its head.
12. Giant Tap (Tecnopark Wintertur, Switzerland) :
Located in the Techno Park,Winterthur, which appears to float in the sky with an endless supply of water. This Giant Tap is best creation in Tecnopark Winterthur and is drawing a lot of attention from tourists all around the globe.
13. The Knotted Gun, United Nations Headquarters, New York, USA :
The Knotted Gun is a great sculpture by Swedish artist Carl Fredrik Reuters ward, designed in late 1980. This sculpture is also known as Non-Violence because of its design in which barrel is knotted into a bullet-blocking twist.
14. Die Badende (The Bather), Hamburg, Germany :
Created by artist Oliver Voss, Die Badende is a giant, styrofoam-and-steel sculpture showing a woman’s head and knees if she were soaking in a bathtub. This sculpture is 13-foot-high and 98-foot-long.
15. The Awakening, Washington D.C., USA :
The Awakening statue is located at National Harbor in Prince George’s County, Maryland, USA, just outside the District of Columbia. This is a 70-foot long statue of a giant embedded in the earth and struggling to free himself. The J. Seward Johnson, Jr created this amazing statue in 1980.
16. Urinating Statues, Prague, Czech Republic :
Urinating Statues also known as peeing statue made up of Bronze and was finished in 2004 by famous artist David Cerny. The statue is of two men who are peeing and moving from side-to –side.
17. De Vaartkapoen (Policeman Being Tripped), Brussels, Belgium :
De Vaartkapoen is a statue of police officer being tripped by a man hiding in a sewer manhole. Belgian artist Tom Frantzen created this statue. This statue is located in Brussels, Belgium and is one of the best attractions in the city.
18. The Giant Hand, Atacama Desert, Chile :
The Giant Hand or Hand of Desert is an 11-meters-tall sculpture in the shape of a hand, rising up from the desert. Designed and created by Chilean sculptor Mario Irarrazabal the Giant Hand sculpture is a weirdest thing you’re going to see in Atacama.
19. Le Pounce Monument, Paris, France :
Le Pounce also known as The Thumb is an amazing creation by renowned French sculptor Cesar Baldaccini. This sculptor weighs 18 tonnes, is 12 meters high, and was designed in 1965.
20. Space Cow, Stockholm, Sweden :
Space Cow, Stockholm is a cow statue, which depicts a cow wearing a space helmet with oxygen supply, floating in air. This creation gives an impression that cows traveling in the space. This sculpture is located in Stockholm, Sweden.