The incredibly intricate and captivating custom animal sculptures by Creatures From El, Ellen June.
The glass-enclosed funeral monument of Inez Clarke at Chicago’s Graceland Cemetery. 6-year-old Inez Clarke was killed by lightning while on a picnic with her family. Her parents, stunned by the tragic loss, commissioned a life-sized statue of their daughter to be placed over her grave. There are tales of the statue weeping as well as claims of Inez actually moving. It is said, during violent thunderstorms, Inez vanishes from her glass box and roams around the cemetery until the storm is over.
Well, why wouldn’t she? They gave her an umbrella.
The Last Ball of Summer Philip Jackson
Berlin, Germany: 1,000 ice sculptures melted under the Berlin sun as symbols of the effects of climate change, drawing attention to a new WWF report on risks of Arctic warming. by Brazilian artist Nele Azevedo
This is the statue of Juliet that stands outside her ‘house’ in Verona. See her shiny boob? That’s because it’s good luck to touch it.
REAL GOOD LUCK RUBBING THE BOSOM OF A MINOR
Minor, schminor. She’s like 500 years old!
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