Did you ever think that car tires could be transformed into exquisite pieces of art? Although we had previously come across amazing tire sculptures, these neat and detailed hand carved tires open up a new realm for all art lovers.
The Atomium located in Brussels was built for the Brussels World’s Fair in 1958. Just as the name suggests, the structure actually depicts an iron crystal molecule magnified by 165 billion times. Although the monument was built as an exhibit for six months marking the atomic era, it still stands today as a major tourist attraction, symbolizing modern architecture and Brussels.The Atomium which comprises of nine steel spheres with connecting tubes was designed by engineer André Waterkeyn.
Don’t get surprised if you come across a gigantic clothespin clasping a bed of grass instead of some cloth! It is actually an art installation which can be seen at the Chaudfontaine Park in Belgium. The huge wooden clip is a part of the Exhibition of Contemporary Art and is the creative idea of Mehmet Ali Uysal.