Landscapes Dominated by the World’s Largest Statues

Around the world, people have built massive statues to symbolize the religious and political icons of their particular region. There are the Buddhas in Japan, Mao Zedong in China and Jesus Christ in Indonesia. Photographer Fabrice Fouillet traveled around the world documenting the largest examples and how they affect the surrounding landscapes. He shares via his artistic statement:

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Visual Bits #450 > Imaginatively Intricate Installations

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Visual Bits #435 > Reach Out And Sculpt

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Visual Bits #431 > Be My Rock: Art Installations

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Visual Bits #421>Miniatures, Magnetic Putty, & More

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Visual Bits #401 > Let Art Grow: Mixed Media

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Moving Light Sculptures by Mihoko Ogaki

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Where do we go after we die? Is there an another life after this one? Will we be reborn? Inspired by these ideas of life, death, and rebirth, Japanese artist Mihoko Ogaki has created some amazing works. For the past few years she has created an ongoing series of sculptures that illuminate. The ongoing project is called “Milky Ways” and the pieces were just currently displayed at the MORI YU Gallery in Tokyo.

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Visual Bits #380> Incredibly Imaginative Sculptures

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Visual Bits #371> Get More Out Of Life: Dioramas & More

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Visual Bits #362> Wacky Creations: Furniture & More

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