Architectures never stop developing and creating something new. You may be bored with the way buildings in your surrounding look, but with a bit of help, they can be turned into more interesting structure. Like the once-boring electricity Pylons for example, are now turned into attractive giant human statues by a couple of talented architects. Check it out for yourself.
These quite artistic and talented architects are Jin Choi and Thomas Shine. They have all the minds behind these skunk works, experimental design studio.
The idea of creating giant statues came from their “Land of Giants™” design, which they proposed in 2008 as they saw electrical pylons as human-shaped statues decorating the Icelandic countryside. As a matter of fact, Choi and Shine just wanted to transform how utility structures are built. But then better ideas came as they
Actually Choi and Shine has written something about their piece on their website, “Like the statues of Easter Island. It is envisioned that these one hundred and fifty foot tall, modern caryatids will take on a quiet authority, belonging to their landscape yet serving the people, silently transporting electricity across all terrain, day and night, sunshine or snow.”