Friday, November 12, 2010

12 Patung Raksasa di Dunia

Collection of twelve unusual and creative giant sculptures from all over the world.

Gundam Robot Sculpture

To celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the seminal mecha series MS Gundam, an 18-meter/59 feet-tall statue of the iconic RX-78-2 Gundam is being raised at Tokyo’s Odaiba island, specifically in Shiokaze Park.

Louise Bourgeois’s 30ft Spider Sculpture

Louise Bourgeois’s 30ft spider, made of bronze, stainless steel and marble, stands outside the Tate Modern. It is one of six built by the 95-year-old acclaimed artist.

Jason de Caires Underwater Sculptures

Jason de Caires creates amazing underwater sculptures. Instead of trying to create unchanging and lasting works, he encourages the organic growth of coral and other organisms across his creations.

Giant Skeleton Sculpture

The giant skeleton sculpture pictured above was created by Gino De Dominicis and it is currently being displayed in the Pallazo Reale in Milan.Now all Gino needs to do is throw a hooded cape and a body on him and we will have the world’s largest sculpture of Skeletor. Now that would be interesting.

Optimus Prime Metal Sculpture

Giant 7-foot Transformers Optimus Prime metal sculpture created by Robot Models.

London Ink Swimmer Sculpture

This 46-feet long and 10-feet high sculpture of a life-like swimmer swimming through the grass was commissioned by London Ink reality TV show.

Building VI Sculpture

Sculpture outside the Musee des Beaux-Arts in Montreal, Canada.

Big Rig Jig Truck Sculpture

Big Rig Jig, creative sculpture designed by Mike Ross, is built from two repurposed 18-wheeler tanker trucks.

50 Cars Bus Sculpture

Swedish advertising agency Acne assembled this junkyard monster, a bus sculpture assembled from 50 cars, to make a point about C02 emissions.

Falling Tetris Blocks Sculpture

Giant falling Tetris block sculptures from Sydney, Australia.

It Wasn’t Meant to End Like This

Art installation by Glue Society, presented at the Sculpture by the Sea festival in Aarhus in Denmark, is a giant mechanical digger that seems to have buried itself under 300 tonnes of rubble.

Kinetic Bicycle Sculpture

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