1. Blue Mustang
Blue Mustang installed at the airport in Denver (Colorado) truly awful. Locals call the statue “Blue Stallion of Death”, “Horse of Satan” and “Blyutsifer.” As planned by the architect, the statue was supposed to portray became rearing horse.But many who have seen the monument to Golyan red eyes, sure that this horse Satan. I do not bring good luck to the statue and its creator – Luis Jimenez worked at almost 10 meters high, when a fragment of 4,100-pound statue fell on him, killing an artery in the leg.
2. Quetzalcoatl from San Jose
Quetzalcoatl – the ancient Aztec god who is portrayed as a feathered serpent, or the fiery dragon. He heads the pantheon Aztec gods for many reasons, and it seems all the majestic creature. In San Jose (California) in 1992, the sculptor Robert Graham was asked to create the statue. She had to become not only the center of artistic landmark and a monument to the founders of San Jose. As appropriate under the given conditions the image chosen Quetzalcoatl. Sculptor allocated for the construction of the statue of a staggering $ 500 000. The original plans included the construction of Graham huge bronze statue, but in the process of change of plans. The city council agreed on the art with a new design, but kept secret by Graham plans. after the discovery of the statue gorodane divided into two camps – some were offended, others treated the “attractions” with humor and began to take pictures of their dogs on it. And all because the statue is strikingly similar to a bunch of crap.
Prague 3 children
Prague Prome among other things known for its architecture. But amidst all the splendor of stone in Prague has Žižkov Tower – 216 meters long an eyesore of the city. It is not only the highest, but also one of the ugliest buildings in the city.Rather than just take it as a given historical knowledge, city authorities … have made it even uglier. In 2000, on the walls of the towers in different locations placed 10 sculptures of giant faceless children crawling on the bath. The author of the controversial works of art – controversial Czech sculptor David Black
Huge faceless children fiberglass also “invaded” in the Kampa Park and now there scare visitors.
4. “Mother of God and the Truth”
Creativity is very controversial Damien Hirst. His statue of the Virgin and the truth is very hard not to pay attention. The truth, and Virgin huge and pregnant. They also partially deprived of the skin to show the inside of all – from the muscle tissue to the fetus in the womb. The height of the Virgin is 10 meters and weighs 13 tons statue. In 2014, the statue was purchased from Manhattan real estate mogul. Truth is made in the same style, “a pregnant woman flayed,” but it is even more – a 20-meter high statue that is holding a sword above his head, was built in North Devon.
5. headless monument
Near the post office Legazpi City in the Philippines is a very scary attraction Monument headless figures kneeling. It seems that the blade descended on the neck just a few minutes ago. In connection with this statue a lot of rumors. One of the few official version of the story is that the statue is a monument to the local hero – bikolantsam who died during the Second World War. Locals believe that the November 22, 1945, workers found a headless body, which was buried in the sand near the Gulf of Sabang Alba. His uniform was virtually untouched, but the head was missing. In memory of this naschastnom and was made a statue.
6. The Cloak of Conscience
Cloak of Conscience – terrible, but at the same time strangely beautiful sculpture. Already there are several different versions of this statue, which constantly appear during the work of the artist Anna Chromie across Europe. The cloaked figure with downcast eyes and drooping shoulders first appeared in the picture, which Anna drew in 1980. On the canvas he was depicted in the form of an empty coat of the human body. After that the artist has decided to switch to the sculpture. Marble for her works comes from the same quarry where marble supplied material for the great Michelangelo.
7. Headless statue in the park Wickham
8. The moving statue of Neb-Sana
9. St. Wenceslas on horseback
This monument was created by the same artist who created the giant, faceless crawling babies in Prague. St. Wenceslas – the patron of the Czech Republic – on the monument of David Black is depicted sitting on a dead horse, upside-down.First, people do not understand such striking differences between the new statue of Wenceslas (another monument in his honor, it is quite normal, is located on Wenceslas Square in Prague) and declared work Cerny blasphemy. But in the end the new attractions and even see it as a revolutionary art form.
10. Wang Saen Suk Buddhist hell
One of the dogmas of Buddhism – reincarnation. Get a new chance to live my life differently – very attractive idea. Much less appealing is the fact that until a new body is a waiting period. When a person dies, his actions, according to Buddhists, evaluated and weighed.
If the bad outweighs the good, his soul sent to hell to pay for their crimes before getting into another body. Those who want to know what it looks like a Buddhist hell, is to visit the park Wang Saen Suk.
At the entrance to the park visitors welcome two statues of men and women who are called “ban.” Horrible to look at a couple of the martyrs is doomed to eternal wandering with a constant feeling of hunger and thirst. Behind them the whole area lined with statues of sinners that leave little room for imagination. Some depict people sawn in half, others are fragmented bones. There are sinners who are doomed to wander, bleeding from wounds, and there are those whose entrails feed the birds.
Also in hell has a special place is reserved for a certain type of sinners who were physically assaulted their parents or monk. For them there is a special hole in hell, and they will not revive until the birth of a new Buddha. Human creativity involved since its inception in the world.