These Amazing Statues are 100% Organic...
Flower parades are held all over the world, but the one that takes place in Zundert, the Netherlands, is extraordinarily artistic. It’s also the largest parade in the world. Huge floats are made of wire, cardboard and Papier-mâché', and entirely covered in dahlias in intricate designs.
The Art of the Living Statue...
If you travel, or live in a major city, you've probably seen one of these living statues, a method used by many performers and beggars to make some money.
The World's Tallest Statue Will Soon Be Complete
Later on this year, the world's tallest statue 's height will be eclipsed by a sizable 80 feet. The Statue of Unity, which is in its final phase of construction in the state of Gujarat, India, is dedicated to India's first Deputy Prime Minister and independence movement leader, Sardar Patel.
The Statue That Makes A fool Out of Everyone!
Raphael Barios , a known American artist, has created this next statue, which gives the impression that stone tablets are just hanging in mid air. Only when coming closer can we identify this three dimensional hoax. It is a beautiful reminder to doubt first impressions!
Which Are the World's Biggest Statues?
Why do we build giant statues? From what I can tell, it usually has to do with conveying an idea or honoring something bigger than ourselves, like a deity or a concept. The statue of liberty represents the notion of freedom and justice for all. Many are built to honor one's religious icon.
The History of the Statue of Liberty and Its Symbolism
To commemorate their victory, the people of Rhodes erected a monumental statue on the port of Rhodes, dedicated to the sun god, Helios, with a crown of sunbeams and a torch held aloft as well as a dedicated poem: To you, O Sun, the people of Dorian Rhodes set up this bronze statue reaching to Olympus
Joke: The Cat Statue
Content Joke: The Cat Statue joke A man walks into an antique store and starts looking around.
These Stunning Statues of Buddha Are Worth a Visit!
Large Gautama Buddha statue in Buddha Park of Ravangla, Sikkim, India (By Subhrajyoti07, Wikimedia Commons ) 2. Statue of Buddha inside Pullahari Monastery (Gumba), Kathmandu (By Bijay chaurasia, Wikimedia Commons ) 3.
Flower Quiz: Which Flower is Which?
Content QUIZ: Which Flower IS It? (Part II) quiz All you need to do is identify the flowers we show you. Think you're up for it?
If You Love Flowers, You'll ADORE This Flower Park!
Come see one of the world's most beautiful flower parks! Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden travel, video, flowers, Thailand, park, garden, landscape The Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden is a beautiful flower park shown in this video.
Love Flowers? Then Take Our Beautiful Flower Quiz!
Content QUIZ: Which Flower IS IT? (Part III) quiz We'd like you to help us label these flowers, we're not sure which is which!
These May Be the Most Unconventional Statues in the World!
Cities across the world incorporate statues to complement the cityscape, and these art pieces stand tall at every major junction. However, marble and stone aren’t the only things they can be made with.
Incredible Paper Statues that Jump Off the Page
Paper is a common art material, and we've seen our fair share of paper art , but these statues, created by Allen and Patty Eckman, is something above and beyond. The attention to details, the imagination, the motives and sheer skill are quite astounding.
The World’s Tallest Statues Are a Sight to Behold!
Statue of Liberty, USA The Statue of Liberty is the shortest statue on this list, at just 151 feet tall. However she gains height due to her 154 foot pedestal. The statue depicts the Roman goddess of freedom Libertas, and was a gift to the United States from France in 1886.
Stunning Underwater Statues From Around the World.
The artists created statues mostly out of cement and sand, which, due their low pH levels, facilitate the natural growth of coral. Here's a selection of some of the most beautiful artificial reefs we've ever seen!
Cardboard Statues - Out of The Box!
Source: Izismile.com Cardboard Statues - Out of The Box! amazing, art, photos, cardboard Chris Gilmore is a British artist residing these mamy years in Italy, who specilizes in making amazing sculptures using nothing but cardboard.
Take A Walk on One of the World's Biggest Statues!
These Pirelli workers get the chance to when they are tasked with restoring the statue after it was damaged by lightning. For them, it's a job that has to be done, but for others, it might be one thrilling experience, especially because of the mesmerizing view beneath you - simply breathtaking.
Come and Witness the Largest Flower Parade Worldwide!
Every year, a flower parade takes place in the small town of Zundert in the Netherlands, where one can see statues that reach up to 10 meters high, all of which are made of colorful Dahlias.
Personality Test: Which Famous Statue Are You?
quiz Which of the world's greatest and most famous statues is reflected in YOUR soul?
These Crazy Statues Will Really Mess With Your Head
Albedo (USA) Image courtesy of Emil Alzamora H/T: brightside 15 Sculptures That Defy the Laws of Physics art, design, statues, illusion, creative, baba recommends, sculptures, modern art Check out these 15 bombastic sculptures that simply appear to defy the laws of physics.
These Statues Are Both Very Famous & Very Mysterious
Here are 9 world-famous statues and the mysteries behind them: 1. The horned Moses Michelangelo made a sculpture of Moses with a pair of horns. Many art historians believe that this particular statue came into being thanks to a misinterpretation of the Bible.
The Thinker: Little-Known Facts About the Famous Statue
The statue became a symbol of reflection and deep thought but stating that barely scratches the surface. This video offers a brilliant and detailed analysis of The Thinker , and it will make you see the famous sculpture in a new light.
QUIZ: Which Flower IS It?
Content QUIZ: Which Flower IS It? quiz Identify the photos of flowers we show you. Up for it?
7 Beautiful Statues Based on Fairy Tales!
Found at the Langelinie promenade in Copenhagen, Denmark, the life size bronze statue sits on a rock by the water. This art piece is of course based on the famous 1837 fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen. The statue has become an icon of Copenhagen, and has attracted visitors since 1913.