The World’s Most Bizzare Statues

In front of the Ernst & Young building (Los Angeles)

Optimus Prime (Southern China)

The “Magic tap” (found in “Aqualand” of Cadiz, Spain), which appears to float in the sky with an endless supply of water. Actually, there is a pipe hidden in the stream of water that holds the whole structure.

A Mona Lisa made of computer chips (ASUS headquarters)


Car park markings continue up the wall of the building where a Morris Mini is parked. The head- and taillights light up at night. (Westenbergstraat, Netherlands)

Statue in the Guadalquivir river, near La Mezquita, (Cordoba, Spain)

(Santa Fe, New Mexico)

(Potsdam, Germany)

(Springfield, Missouri)

“The Shark” (Headington, Oxford)

“Iron Lady”, in front of the building Regentes (Netherlands)

(Salt Lake City)


(Fulda, Rabanusstraße)

Keukenhof (Lisse, Holland)

In front of the Bukcheon Museum (Seoul, Korea)

“Fluegelauto”, on top of the historic armory “Zeughaus” (Cologne, Germany)

A contemporary representation of Charles La Trobe in central Melbourne (This temporary installation was removed at the end of June 2006 and has been acquired by La Trobe University).

Mazinger Z (near Tarragona, Spain)

Bronze statue of writer Franz Kafka (Prague)

Statue of a giant piece of $hit (Ponta Grossa, Brazil)


~ by yougottobekidding on June 6, 2013.

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