Amazing Sculptures that seem Frozen In Time
Have you ever wondered how the world will look like if you enter a state of hyper-time, the clocks will nearly stop and things will appear frozen in time. A bunch of artists have captured this theory of relativity into their amazing sculptures, which we would like to share with you.
The Frozen Bird
Sculptor Claire Morgan from Belfast is the creator of this magnificent art work. She has among other things achieved a first class degree in Sculpture from Northumbria University.
Matrix Inspired Man
Peter Jansen must have watched the slow motion parts in The Matrix thousands of times. A student of physics and philosophy, the Dutch sculptor captures sequences of human movements within a single frame of space and time. The result is quite stunning.
Engaging metaphors for life and and as intriguing to the eye as it is thought provoking.
Flying Strawberry Lawn, Paris
A glance of this seemed like if it will fall down. Exhibited at Building With Colour, Gallery North, Newcastle, and Consumer, Palais de Tokyo, Paris.
Just whoa… the attention to detail is amazing, like the fluff on the talons and the radial lines around the eye, hung from nylon, it is an artistic piece that glides.
Heck Freezes Over
Beauty since always was in the eye of the beholder but now seems in the hands of the beholder, its an absolute beauty, crystal gel piece so marvelously created and faint nylon strings hold the crystal droplets that it incredibly looks a real water plum.
Ball of Youth, Paris
A picture worth a thousand words.
Water on the Brain
A focus on open spaces, created almost free of matter and weight, its a big beauty!
Newly-renovated BMW Welt in Munich, Germany is a kinetic sculpture by ART+COM. This project uses 714 metal balls that are individually suspended by barely visible strings, creating a weightless mass. Each ball lowers and retracts independently that allows them to approximate any form.
Stand-Still Waterfall, NY
An amazing water fall sculpture, with a bit of tinkering, you can really change its appearance. And, like sand sculpture, your work will be somewhat ephemeral.
Floating Traveler Sculpture, Geneva
This picture shows Cédric le Borgne’s sculpture floating through the air near Pont de la Machine. It was taken on a travel to Geneva, Switzerland, Europe.