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THE MOST AMAZING STATUES IN THE WORLD

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The Most Amazing Statues In The World

Whether carved, molded, or welded, these amazing statue creations are sure to inspire you. Some of these sculptures were made to memorialize historical events, while some are simply thought provoking pieces, and others are just there for fun and enjoyment. But all of the sculptural pieces in this list are incredible!
Sculpture, the art or practice of shaping figures or designs, is a tradition as old as time. In Western culture, its use can be traced back to Ancient Greece, though most sculpture began thanks to religious traditions. One of the oldest and most famous sculptures, even today, is the Great Sphinx in Egypt. Giant sculptures such as the Sphinx were created to impress a ruler – the king or queen or, in many cases, the gods.
This list is full of wonderful, amazing, impressive, and interesting statues. Some, you can hardly believe are real. Big or small – they are all moving and inspiring in their own, unique way. Please enjoy and share these amazing pieces of art!

The Most Amazing Statues In The World



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ANYONE WHO WORKS KNOWS HOW THESE TINY SCULPTURES FEEL TODAY

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Anyone Who Works Knows How These Tiny Sculptures Feel Today

Dozens of images within the book, to be released in October through Rizzoli by Derrick Lin, display Lin’s mastery of composing miniature scenes. A bus squashes a man atop an accusatory work email directed at Lin—a mini visualization of “being thrown under the bus.” A hand rests on a mouse, its fingers held aloft by little men, as a clever way to depict the stomach-gurgling feeling of hitting send too soon.

Anyone Who Works Knows How These Tiny Sculptures Feel Today

Anyone Who Works Knows How These Tiny Sculptures Feel Today

Anyone Who Works Knows How These Tiny Sculptures Feel Today

Anyone Who Works Knows How These Tiny Sculptures Feel Today

Anyone Who Works Knows How These Tiny Sculptures Feel Today

Anyone Who Works Knows How These Tiny Sculptures Feel Today

Anyone Who Works Knows How These Tiny Sculptures Feel Today

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HIROTOSHI ITO’S SURPRISING STONE SCULPTURES

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 Hirotoshi Ito’s Surprising Stone Sculptures

Japanese artist Hirotoshi Ito, also known as Jiyuseki, creates unlikely sculptures out of stones and rocks, injecting humor and surprise into a seemingly stubborn material. In some works, life is bursting out of the stone, like his popular pieces revealing a human mouth smiling behind a metal zipper. In another, the source is hidden inside what appears to be a melting ice cream bar.

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ACCIDENTS POUR FROM PAINT BOTTLES IN SCULPTURES BY JOE SUZUKI

Accidents Pour From Paint Bottles In Sculptures By Joe Suzuki

In this ongoing series of works by artist  Joe Suzuki, pools of paint appear like maniacal smiles as they drip from cans and bottles. The colorful sculptures often pay tribute to artists like Warhol, Basquiat, and Keith Haring by referencing symbols used in their own works. The pieces are constructed with resin casting material and enamel, but give the appearance of freshly spilled paint.

“I consider my work to be artifacts of my own particular culture, which is not the generalized Japanese American culture, but that which formed as a direct result of being a first generation immigrant,” Suzuki shares in an artist statement. “Through a long assimilation process, I found myself not fully belonging to either culture, but rather somewhere in between, which I began to call Japamerica.”

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EMnXW’S SURREALIST HEAD SCULPTURES

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EMnXW's Surrealist Head Sculptures

Multidisciplinary creative duo Edwige Massart and Xavier Wynn of EMnXW present their latest series, ‘the heads’ — a collection of surrealist portraits created from found objects, memories and a fascination with medical imagery. every letter selected has a personal and specific relevance and characteristic.
Each story begins by selecting found objects from a collection edwige began when she was four years old, when she found her first piece of a roman mosaic in the desert of israel. her insatiable curiosity into the world around her, the impetus for the collection, drives the plot, conflict and theme for each ‘heads” story. EMnXW‘s actual collection, coral vowels, leaf consonants and bottle cap punctuation, becomes the vocabulary for the language in which the story is told.
Xavier’s fascination with medical images creates character and setting for the story. he was nine years old and discovered the ‘sliced bodies’ exhibition lining the walls of a staircase at the field museum of natural history; the literal inspiration for ‘the heads’. this started an obsession with the hidden inner workings of human bodies and minds.

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