Bizarre Public Art from around the World


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
Artist Janet Echelman creates aerial sculptures like this one as an attempt to bring softness to harsh, hard cities. Source: Sijalica
While this massive clothespeg looks like it’s pinching the grass of this Belgium park, it’s really just an illusion. Source: Shellvpower
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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