14 sculptures from around the world, from which the brain explodes
The fascinating work of the Spanish sculptor Juame Plensa.
This seemingly endless statue actually reaches only 7 m in height. Its author is Korean Do-Ho Soo.
Author's interpretation of the fresco by Leonardo da Vinci, created by Albert Shukalsky and installed in the ghost town of Riolite.
New Zealander Neil Dawson is famous for his sculptures that hover in the air.
We can only guess how the works of the Pole Jerzy Kendzyor are not reversed by their own gravity.
The author of this amazing sculpture, for which a beautiful marble floor was broken, is not called.
Jerry Judah is famous for the original car sculptures.
This staircase is the work of David McCracken. Each next step in it is less than the previous one, which creates an effect of infinity.
And this sculpture exists only in the virtual futuristic world, and it was created by the Greek artist Adam Martynakis.
Here is a miracle-sculpture invented and created by Daniel Freeman. The sculpture has already traveled the world.
Stunning figure of pieces of dark green glass by Kostas Varotosa.
Artist Jason Taylor creates entire underwater parks around the world.
Another impressive digital sculpture. Artist Chad Knight places his creations in realistic surroundings.
The magnificent sculpture of Tamara Kvesitadze, based on a love story.