Amazing public art piece, Germany
An amazing public art piece in Germany, which shows life-sized figures struggling to pull stubborn animals up a steep set of stairs on ropes, also serves as a handrail. Art by German sculptor and draftsperson Karl-Henning Seemann
Ghost of Vezio Castle, Lake Como, Italy
Mustangs By Robert Glen, Las Colinas, Texas, USA
Expansion, New York, USA
Brilliant beams of light peek through cracks in the beautiful stone statue of a woman at peace. The bronze underneath creates the image of freedom and creativity in this woman who is finding her inner peace.
Salmon Sculpture, Portland, Oregon, USA
Funny and a great example of modern art, this fish is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Portland. Anyone up for some seafood?
The Double Statue of Mephistopheles and Margarita
Perhaps one of the most incredible sculptures in the world. There is a well-known sculpture called “The Double Statue of Mephistopheles and Margarita”. The fact is that on one side of the statue there is a male figure, and on the other – a female one. The sculpture is created from a single piece of the oldest sycamore tree.
The Shoes On The Danube Bank, Budapest, Hungary
A memorial for the Jews who were forced to take their shoes off before behind shot during the Fascist Arrow Cross in World War II. These small items represent that of a sad history, and this statue is great at using minimal materials to share a big history.
The Monument Of An Anonymous Passerby, Wroclaw, Poland
Depicting lost souls during the Communist reign in Poland, these statues represent an oppressive part of their history. With intricate detail on sad faces, it cuts right to the bone of passers-by. A sombre, but important reminder of everything that Poland has gone through.
Break Through From Your Mold, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Break free from everything that holds you back. This statue is a great representation of our universal human struggle. With the evolution from bored and stagnant, to happy and free, this is a great image.
Black Ghost, Klaipeda, Lithuania
See the history of Klaipeda in this statue, instead of some terrifying creature crawling from the water. Though it represents our modern image of a grim reaper, the symbolism is much happier and deeper here. An interesting piece with lots of history to share.
Rundle Mall Pigs, Adelaide, Australia
Have fun with playful pig statues that are so adorable you just want to take them home with you. Running around everywhere and getting into everything, these smiling, happy pigs are adorable. Great for the kids, too.
People Of The River, Singapore
One of the amazing, creative statues ever, it shows the joy of children jumping into the water, sharing the joy with passers-by. Incredible to the eye, too, as you look to see just how much work and detail the artist put into the creation.
Cattle Drive, Dallas, Texas, USA
Sharing the pioneer history, these detailed statues are accurate of their history, complete with three cowboys keeping the cattle together.
The Knotted Gun, Turtle Bay, New York, USA
Those against violence and gun laws usually find this statue inspiring and relevant. With plenty to say for itself, it’s hard to disagree.
Nelson Mandela, South Africa
A well known and loved political figure, this unique and inspiring statue shows the serenity that surrounds this important figure.