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The most unconventional sculpture in the world-3
- Jun 27, 2018 -

The most unconventional sculpture in the world. These sculptures can not be explained by mechanics, but they all become famous scenic spots in the world.


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A woman statue in Germany, a statue of a large woman, designed by the artist Oliver Voss., can be displayed on the surface of the lake, allowing the audience to hit the woman's head and knees, as if to the giant country, and the tourists look at it and don't want to go.


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The paper napkin is actually a giant metal sculpture, an outdoor steel sculpture designed by New Zealand artist Neil Dawson, which looks like a piece of paper blown to the top of the mountain, but part of it is transparent (only steel shelves), forming a shocking visual effect.


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The sculpture, named MetalMorphosis, created by Jack David Cerny, is housed in White Holzer Science Park, Sherlock, North Carolina. The sculpture is made of stainless steel, 9.14 meters high and weighs 14 tons. The interior of the sculpture has a motor and computer control center. Each metal plate can rotate at 360 degrees. When aligned, it presents a person's head shape.