25 Powerful Sculptures That Are Hard to Forget
Many of us, at least once in our lives, have been stupefied after seeing an incredible sculpture. You peer into the details and don’t understand how it’s possible to create something so beautiful and meaningful. Artists help us to structurize the urban chaos and harmonize the thoughts inside of us. Sculptures make us stop, think, and forget the rush.
We at Bright Side would like to show you 25 sculptures that can affect your thoughts by immersing you into the artist’s world.
1. 6 ft tall sculpture called Rain in Kiev, by Nazar Bilyk
2. The largest of the monuments of Genghis Khan in Mongolia and the largest equestrian statue in the world
3. This realistic sculpture by Luo Li Rong impresses you with its details.
4. The Knife Angel sculpture is made from 100,000 knives collected during police amnesties and it stands outside of the Liverpool Anglican Cathedral.
5. Richard Stainthorp recreates the curves of the human body by using wire.
6. Escape into Reality is a painting/sculpture from Czech artist, Michael Trpák made of cement, wood, and acrylic paint.
7. My Grain by Christopher David White is made of ceramic, not wood.
8. Angel of the North in England designed by Antony Gormley is 20 meters (66 ft) tall and the wings are 54 meters (177 ft) wide.
9. This sculpture attracts tourists on Phu Quoc Island, Vietnam.
10. A presidential park that lies dormant near Williamsburg, VA collects 20-foot-tall busts of every past U.S. President.
11. This sculpture in the city of Valencia, by PichiAvo, is 26 m (83 ft) high.
12. This statue of a man bound by chains is made of clay.
13. Powerful and realistic sculptures can arouse philosophical thoughts.
14. Malgorzata Chodakowska makes unique water sculptures that can mesmerize you for a very long time.
15. Bliss Dance is the first sculpture in The Bliss Project series by Marco Cochrane.
16. Realistic lifelike wood sculptures of people by Peter Demetz
17. Alexander Milov created a breathtaking sculpture showing that there is an Inner Child in everyone.
18. The Hand of the Desert is a large-scale sculpture of a hand in the Atacama Desert in Chile.
19. This is a book sculpture in the Hague by a Spanish installation artist.
20. Sculptures at the Buddhist White Temple in Chiang Rai Province, Thailand
21. Seo Young Deok uses bicycle chains welded in a special way for his amazing sculptures.
22. Surreal composition by Yuichi Ikehata
23. A memorial to the Great Famine in Dublin, Ireland
24. These giant fish are made of plastic bottles and are located at Botafogo Beach in Rio de Janeiro.
25. A visual statement on the impact of climate change and rising sea levels by Lorenzo Quinn.
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Preview photo credit Nazar Bilyk