21 Unconventional Sculptures That Are Not in Museums. They Are Changing the Way We Think About Art
Gone are the days of the ancient Greeks who created statues with stone and a chisel. Some of them create unconventional works of art from paper, cutlery and even their own hair. Art in itself is a world or a universe. Unconventional sculptures in public areas bring surrealism to individuals’ everyday lives 😉.
#1 A Sculpture Referring to the Irish Saying: “First the Man Takes the Drink, Then the Drink Takes the Man”.
#2 The Sculpture is Over 15 Feet Tall and is Located in South Dakota
#3 Wooden Sculpture of a Woman Made by Peter Demetz (Italian artist)
#4 A Sculpture Made of 100,000 Knives Seized by the British Police
#5 A Unicorn Made From Fishing Nets
#6 Creatively Used Tree Trunk
#7 Woman Making Balloons out of Rubber by Gerard Mas (Spanish Sculptor)
#8 Moving Sculpture by Alexander Milov (Ukrainian Artist)
#9 In 2020, a Whale Sculpture Saved a Derailed Train from Falling 10 Meters
#10 Kinetic Sculpture Made by an American artist (Anthony Howe)
#11 Sculptures That Look Like Swamp Monsters are Created by Sophie Prestigiacomo (French artist)
#12 Metal Jaguar created by Alan Williams (British Artist)
#13 The Alien Made Entirely of Gingerbread by Caroline Eriksson (Norwegian Artist)
#14 Spider-Man Was Created from the Stylus of a Crayon. It was made by Salavat Fidai (Russian artist)
#15 Digital Sculpture by Marcus Conge (American artist)
#16 A Sculpture Near Italy’s Vezio Castle Near Varenna
#17 Laetitia Ky (Ivorian artist) made a Dog From her Own Hair
#18 An Adorable Dragon Made of Chocolate Papers by Ciro Wai (a Hong Kong artist)
#19 A Bird Made of Cutlery by Matt Wilson (American artist)
#20 Christophe Guinet (French artist) and his Sculpture Closely Related to Nature
#21 Paper Pizza From Ji Hee Lee (Korean Artist)
Which sculpture has enchanted you the most?