12 Really Interesting and Crazy Statues / Sculptures Around The Globe


 

 

6. Space Cow – Stockholm, Sweden

Space Cow, Stockholm, Sweden

Space Cow – Stockholm, Sweden
The visualization of a funny and interesting concept makes the status interesting. It depicts a cow wearing a space helmet with oxygen supply, floating in air (giving the impression of cows traveling in space).

 

5. De Vaartkapoen – Brussels, Belgium

De Vaartkapoen - Brussels, Belgium

De Vaartkapoen – Brussels, Belgium
De Vaartkapoen by Tom Franzen stands outside the Communauté Française in Molenbeek. It  is an irreverent tribute to the anarchaic side of the Bruxeloise. The title is a slang term for people born in Molenbeek; “de vaart” means “the canal” and “kapoen” means cheeky. It shows a young rebel, the Vaartkapoen, reminiscent of a jack-in-the-box, toppling over a policeman, thus overthrowing his authority.

 

4. Tree Guy, Amsterdam

Tree Guy, Amsterdam
Tree Guy, Amsterdam
This little chap with his saw mysteriously appeared one night, sawing through a branch in one of Amsterdam’s biggest and oldest trees in  Leidsebosje between the busy Leidseplein entertainment area and trams rattling around the corner in the Stadhouderskade. The tree is standing holding this statue, over the years growing out over his saw.

 

3. Piss Statue – Prague

Piss Statue - Prague
Piss Statue – Prague
This controversial statue is crafted by David Cenny. He erected a stature of two naked men staring at each other, their members shift from side-to-side releasing water. The statue is titled “Piss” and is located in Prague. Cerny doesn’t shy away from controversy. Among his other suggestions include a masturbating woman as an installation to the top of a theater in France, complete with a water-shooting man that’ll occasionally douse the crowd.

 

2. Violinist Bursting From Floor – Amsterdam, Netherlands

Violinist Bursting From Floor - Amsterdam
Violinist Bursting From Floor – Amsterdam
The creative statue depicts a violinist bursting out of the floor in the foyer of the muziektheater in the ‘Stopera’ (City Opera House) is an expression of the Amsterdam’s vibrant, irrepressible Jewish community. The community used to be centered in this district before World War II.

 

1. Headless Musician, Amsertdam

Headless Musician - Amsterdam
Mysteriously standing in Marnix Park in Amsterdam, this statue is of a headless musician. The strange part is that the sculptor is unknown and mysterious. He created the sculptures between 1982 and 1999 and left these beautiful bronze sculptures in places around the city. Speculations say that he was a doctor who crafted sculptors in his spare time. This headless musician carrying a violin case is tipping his hat to onlookers.

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