Bizarre Public Art from around the World

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Oliver Voss installed this bathing beauty in Alster Lake, Germany. Measuring in at more than 13 feet tall, it was hard to miss while it was on display. Source: Breaking In
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Artist Janet Echelman creates aerial sculptures like this one as an attempt to bring softness to harsh, hard cities. Source: Sijalica
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While this massive clothespeg looks like it’s pinching the grass of this Belgium park, it’s really just an illusion. Source: Shellvpower
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What’s ordinary in the daytime becomes magical at night. “Brilliance” was designed by Joe O’Connell, and features multilingual sayings. Source: WBUR
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