Public statue or sculpture is one of the most important part of impression of a city/town. They commemorate important events, reminds us of greatest people, or just some artistic work. Thousands of them have been made but only a few of them are really extraordinary and picture-worthy. Below we are presenting a list of top 23 most creative statues and sculptures around the world. Lets have a look.
1. Expansion by Paige Bradley, New York, USA [source]
If you live in house, there is something you can’t miss in front of your home – mailbox. However, they are usually overlooked, even though they probably the first impression people will get from your houses. In this article, we collected 42 Cool and Unusual Mailboxes we found around the world. They are not some normal mailbox you can buy from your local hardware store. Their owners gave a real deep thought and gave them an interesting, shocking and amazing looking. However, I still have to say, when you are decorating your mailbox, make sure people still can recognize it is a mailbox. Otherwise, it will be a trouble for postman to deliver mail to you.
Called “Axioma Apartment”, this 130 square-meter crib located in Moscow is envisioned and implemented by Geometrix Design, presenting a futuristic, spaceship-like dimension. Architects Miroshkin Michael and Helen Miroshkina embarked on the black&white decorating adventure, giving the space a a strong personality with monochrome and minimalist looking.
At first glance, you might think it is a regular Hershey’s chocolate bar. However, if you take a close-up, you will surprisingly find it is actually a “Hirschy” bar that serves as both a gift to prospective employers and a resumé. The front of the package is a play on both his and the food’s name, while the back lists his qualifications and skills in place of the nutrition facts and ingredients. Moreover, you can find Hirschy’s educational background, contact information on the appropriate place of the package. According to designer, the idea behind this ingenious packaging is to strike up a dialogue and give potential employers an idea of his skill set. What a sweet and unusual resumé!