Art is stronger than physics - sculptures that defy the law of gravity

Art is stronger than physics - sculptures that defy the law of gravity

Categories: Design and Architecture

Human imagination is limitless. Thanks to him, unique sculptures are born that defy logic and contradict the laws of physics. They float effortlessly through the air, hang dangerously upside down, or are supported by mysterious technical tricks. It is difficult to imagine how much work, talent, and scrupulousness goes into each such work.

Art is stronger than physics - sculptures that defy the law of gravity

Art is stronger than physics - sculptures that defy the law of gravity Sculpture from the series “Force of Nature”, Lorenzo Quinn, Madrid, Spain.

Art is stronger than physics - sculptures that defy the law of gravity "The Balancing Stone", Adrian Gray, UK.

Art is stronger than physics - sculptures that defy the law of gravity “Peculiarities of gravity for the elephant”, Daniel Firman, Paris, France.

Art is stronger than physics - sculptures that defy the law of gravity Balancing sculptures by Jerzy Kędzior, UAE.

Art is stronger than physics - sculptures that defy the law of gravity Wood sculptures by Tom Eckert.

Art is stronger than physics - sculptures that defy the law of gravity Trans Ī Re, Fredrik Raddum, Oslo, Norway.

Art is stronger than physics - sculptures that defy the law of gravity Sculpture “Van Gogh” from the “Lone Traveler” series, Bruno Catalano, France.

Art is stronger than physics - sculptures that defy the law of gravity "The Joke on the Cop", Tom Franzen, Brussels, Belgium.

Art is stronger than physics - sculptures that defy the law of gravity “Window with Staircase”, Leandro Erlich, Brittany, France.

Art is stronger than physics - sculptures that defy the law of gravity “The Final Move”, Leandro Erlich, France.

Art is stronger than physics - sculptures that defy the law of gravity “The Girls of Apeldoorn”, Elisabeth Stienstra, Holland.

Art is stronger than physics - sculptures that defy the law of gravity “Hanging”, Menashe Kadishman, Israel.

Art is stronger than physics - sculptures that defy the law of gravity "Take my lightning, but don't touch my thunder", Alex Chinneck, London.

Art is stronger than physics - sculptures that defy the law of gravity "Pull yourself together" by Alex Chinneck, London.

Art is stronger than physics - sculptures that defy the law of gravity Wurf VI, Anna Borgmann and Candy Lenk, Berlin.

Art is stronger than physics - sculptures that defy the law of gravity "Machines" by Jerry Jude.

Art is stronger than physics - sculptures that defy the law of gravity "Michael Jones" by Jerzy Kędzier.

Art is stronger than physics - sculptures that defy the law of gravity "Flying Stone", Smaban Abbas, Cairo, Egypt.

Art is stronger than physics - sculptures that defy the law of gravity Abedo, Emil Alzamora, Peru.

Art is stronger than physics - sculptures that defy the law of gravity "Wire Fairies", Robin Wright, UK.

Art is stronger than physics - sculptures that defy the law of gravity "Coffee Kiss", Johnson Tsang, Hong Kong.

Art is stronger than physics - sculptures that defy the law of gravity Book waterfalls from the series of sculptures “Biographies”, Alicia Martin, Madrid, Spain.

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