The sculptors have managed to “cheat” the laws of physics.
Some modern sculptors will amaze with their ability to create masterpieces.
A striking sculpture located in Australia, seems to be something unreal. Its author, Neil Dawson from New Zealand, has managed to create not one sculpture, levitating in the air. The secret of his work are nearly invisible wires, through which the sculptures hover above the ground.
Another author of “floating” sculptures of Jerzy Kedziora creates figures of people, balancing on thin ropes. Heavy sculptures, as deft tightrope walkers, walking on thin wire is not turning over under its own weight and from wind gusts. Figure so steadily and securely under them without the fear of strolling people.
Daniel Freeman loves to create sculptures, striking in their uniqueness. Elephant figure standing trunk on their own surprising, but an elephant, which rests not in the floor, and a wall that defies explanation.
American artist Michael Grab specializiruetsya on creating sculptures from stones. In his hands, stones, boulders and river pebbles make amazing stunts. It may seem that not without the use of glue, rope or wire. But no, Michael has been an open – and- towers of stones are kept literally on parole.
In the vastness of Sydney in Australia is an incredible stairway to heaven. Author David McCracken used in his work, the reception optical illusion that creates the effect of infinity.
A sculpture of a 7-month-old baby of incredible size is impressive and discouraging. Marc Quinn, a leading painter and sculptor of his time, depicted in her her little son, increasing his height to 10 metres and a weight up to 7 tons. Cast in bronze and painted white sculpture adorns one of the parks of Singapore.
These extraordinary sculptures that defied the laws of physics, surprise and fascinate. Their creators to achieve the desired effect, develop their own techniques, many of which puzzled even the scientists.