If you notice, almost every city in the world has the sculptures or other art buildings. Art objects are needed in public places because art is something that has an important role in life. Art installation can liven up the surrounding atmosphere. Placement of the sculptures in several places also must have the purpose and function of each.
There are sculptures that are made to commemorate certain events and monuments. Some are also made to convey certain messages. Many sculptures scattered throughout the world have beauty and aesthetic value and high creativity. Many of the sculptures also have a message behind the making.
Floating Stone By Smaban Abbas
Credits: Smaban Abbas
Over time, many sculptures were then designed with a unique. Like the various sculptures in this list for example. These sculptures are designed so that they look like they are defying gravity or floating. These sculptures appear to defy the law of gravity, thanks to the superiority of clever engineering. After seeing, you must be wondering how the creative process and how to structure these sculptures, so they can look like floating.
For example, the Italian sculptor, Lorenzo Quinn, carved works of art that strongly opposed gravity with a heavy emphasis on the shape of the human body. One of his works, called Force of Nature, shows a woman trying to control the planet while floating in the air. He explained that he liked to "make art for himself and for people who want to join in their dreams.
British artist Gerry Judah, who is famous for his strange car-themed structures, said that he likes to create things to the maximum extent, would be "higher and more dangerous than before. He said that he worked closely with engineers and welders to ensure all the works he created would stand stable and safe.
These sculptures are scattered in several countries in the world. With the uniqueness and message behind each of them. As quoted from Bored Panda , here are the amazing sculptures that look like floating from various corners of the world.
Check them out below!
#1 Coffee Kiss By Johnson Tsang
Credits: Johnson Tsang
#2 Take My Lighting But Don't Steal My Thunder By Alex Chinneck
Credits: Alex Chinneck
#3 Les Voyageurs By Bruno Catalano
Credits: Bruno Catalano
#4 Book Sculptures By Alicia Martin
Credits: Alicia Martin
#5 Wurf VI By Anna Borgman And Candy Lenk
Credits: Anna Borgman and Candy Lenk
#6 Hyper-Realistic Illusions Carved Out Of Wood By Tom Eckert
Credits: Tom Eckert
#7 De Vaartkapoen By Tom Frantzen
#8 Window With Ladder - Too Late For Help By Leandro Erlich
Credits: Leandro Erlich
#9 Balancing Sculptures By Jerzy Kędziora
Credits: Jerzy Kędziora
#10 Car Sculptures By Gerry Judah
Credits: Gerry Judah
#11 Pentateuque By Fabien Mérell
#12 The Virgins Of Apeldoorn By Elisabet Stienstra
Credits: Elisabet Stienstra
#13 Monte-Meubles, L’Ultime Déménagement - Leandro Erlich
Credits: Leandro Erlich
#14 Stone Balancing By Adrian Gray
Credits: Adrian Gray
#15 Abedo By Emil Alzamora
Credits: Emil Alzamora
#16 Pick Yourself Up And Pull Yourself Together By Alex Chinneck
#17 Suspended By Menashe Kadishman
#18 Michael Jones Sculpture By Jerzy Kędziora
Credits: Natalie Stamilla
#19 La Voiture Sur Le Lampadaire By Benedetto Bufalino
Credits: Benedetto Bufalino
#20 The Force Of Nature By Lorenzo Quinn
Credits: Lorenzo Quinn
#21 Wire Fairies By Robin Wight
Credits: Robin Wight
#22 Wursa By Daniel Firman
Credits: Daniel Firman