Amazing Public Monuments and Sculptures Around the World

Most amazing, some very strange and bizarre public art works from around the world… Enjoy!

01. “The Bather” by Oliver Voss, Hamburg, Germany (2011)

02. Upside down statue of Charles La Trobe by Charles Robb, Melbourne, Australia (2007)

03. Floating Stage, Bregenz, Austria (1999)

04. The Climbing Buddhas, China (2014)

05. “Le Pouce”, The Giant Thumb by Cesar Baldaccini, Paris, France (1965)

06. “Travellers”, Hollow Men sculptures by Bruno Catalano (french), as seen in many places and countries

07. Giant Green Birdman by Andre Heller, Hanover, Germany (2000)

08. Melted Cow Popsicle as part of CowParade event, in Budapest, Hungary (2007)

09. Vomiting Fountain “The Big Giving” by Klaus Weber, London UK (2007)

10. Giant Floating Tap (Faucet) in Tecnopark Winterthur, Switzerland
(so popular, similar sculptures have been raised in many countries)

11. Toppling Policeman “Da Vaartkapoen” by Tom Frantzen, BrusselsBelgium (1985)

12. “Brownosing” by David Cerny, Prague, Czech Republic, (2003)

13. “Le Passe-Muraille”: Walking Through Walls in Montmartre by Jean Marais, Paris, France

14. Bronze Woman, Melbourne, Australia

15. “Bad Dog” by Richard Jackson, Giant Dog Sculpture marking its territory on OC Museum of Art, California, United States (2013)

16. Giant woman with her head stuck in a photo booth, promotional sculpture for London Ink, Victoria Station, London, England (2007)

17. Coffee Cup by Ken Nyberg, Vining, Minnesota, United States

18. “Corporate Head” by Terry Allen & Phillip Levine, at Ernst & Young Plaza, Los Angeles, California, United States (1990)

19. “Metalmorphosis” the Giant Mirror Fountain by David Cerny, at Whitehall Technology Park, Charlotte, North Carolina, US (2007)

20. “Planet” the giant baby sculpture by Marc Quinn, England (2008) & Singapore (2013)

21. “The Awakening” by John Seward Johnson II, Washington DC, US (1980)

22. “The Mano de Desierto” a giant hand in the Atacam Desert by sculptor Mario Irarrazabal, Chile (1992)

23. “The Fiddler” a violinist bursting from the floor, unknown author, Amsterdam, Netherlands (1991)

24. “Walking to the Sky” by Jonathan Borofsky, Dallas, Texas (2005) and one copy installed on the campus of Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pensilvania, US (2006).

25. “The Headington Shark” a rooftop sculpture in Headington created by John Buckley, Oxford, England (1986)

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