LAS ESCULTURAS DE ARTE MAS IMPRESIONANTES Y RARAS DEL MUNDO !!

LAS ESCULTURAS DE ARTE MAS IMPRESIONANTES Y RARAS DEL MUNDO !!

El artista austríaco Klemens Torggler reinventa la puerta con dos cuadrados rotatorios. http://ceslava.com/blog/reinventando-la-puerta/

El artista austríaco Klemens Torggler reinventa la puerta con dos cuadrados rotatorios. http://ceslava.com/blog/reinventando-la-puerta/

Life-size bronze portraits of Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy with their dog 'Laughing Gravy' sited in Stan's birthplace Ulverston, Cumbria, UK. Commissioned by The Sons of the Desert and unveiled in 2009

Life-size bronze portraits of Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy with their dog 'Laughing Gravy' sited in Stan's birthplace Ulverston, Cumbria, UK. Commissioned by The Sons of the Desert and unveiled in 2009

Sculpture:  "Non-Violence (Knotted Gun)" Carl Fredrik Revterswärd. Currently there are 16 copies of the sculpture around the world, nine of them in Sweden. The originals are in Malmo (Sweden), the United Nations Headquarters in New York and the European Commission against Luxembourg.

Sculpture: "Non-Violence (Knotted Gun)" Carl Fredrik Revterswärd. Currently there are 16 copies of the sculpture around the world, nine of them in Sweden. The originals are in Malmo (Sweden), the United Nations Headquarters in New York and the European Commission against Luxembourg.

The late Belgian artist Tom Frantzen erected this playful outdoor sculpture in Brussels. De Vaartkapoen shows a man emerging from a manhole to trip a police officer passing by. The cop wears the badge number 15, just like Officer 15 from Hergé’s Tintin comics.

The late Belgian artist Tom Frantzen erected this playful outdoor sculpture in Brussels. De Vaartkapoen shows a man emerging from a manhole to trip a police officer passing by. The cop wears the badge number 15, just like Officer 15 from Hergé’s Tintin comics.

Sólo es posible ver estas esculturas londinenses dos veces al día

Sólo es posible ver estas esculturas londinenses dos veces al día

Sólo es posible ver estas esculturas londinenses dos veces al día

El vendedor de libro, literalmente: "alguien que se encarga de libros"] en la Ludwig-Metzger-Platz, en Darmstadt, Alemania. Escultura de Michael Schwarze, fotografía de Neil Galope.

El vendedor de libro, literalmente: "alguien que se encarga de libros"] en la Ludwig-Metzger-Platz, en Darmstadt, Alemania. Escultura de Michael Schwarze, fotografía de Neil Galope.

“El monumento de un transeúnte anónimo“, representa la esclavitud de los ciudadanos durante el comunismo.

11 Esculturas que hay que ver para creer

“El monumento de un transeúnte anónimo“, representa la esclavitud de los ciudadanos durante el comunismo.

A few of the most impressive, original and simply crazy good street art

Awesome art is awesome 2

A few of the most impressive, original and simply crazy good street art

Le Noir C'Est Mieux Choisi

Le Noir C'Est Mieux Choisi

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