Architectural Digest collected the most fascinating public sculptures including one in Budapest. Check out their list here!
Les Voyageurs by Bruno Catalano can be found in Marseilles, France. It is said to evoke memories and parts that every traveler leaves behind when they go on another adventure.
The Shoes On The Danube Bank by Can Togay and Gyula Pauer is one of the finest sculptures of Budapest. It was designed as a rememberance of the thousands of Hungarian victims of the Holocaust.
The Unknown Official was built by Magnús Tómasson in 1993 in Rejkjavik, Iceland.
Portland’s Transcendence is an 11-foot-long sculpture of a salmon that was hand-fabricated in bronze by Keith Jellum.
Marco Cianfanelli’s Nelson Mandela sculpture in located near Howick, South Africa where he was captured by apartheid security police in 1962.
The digital-looking art called Digital Orca of Douglas Coupland can be found in Vancouver, Canada.
First Generation by Chong Fah Cheong is located right above the Singapore River.
The public sculpture of the Balloon Flower by Jeff Koons is set int he shadow of the new World Trade Center in New York City.
The city of Las Colinas, Texas is famous for the sculpture of Robert Glen called Mustangs.
The Architectural Fragment by Petrus Spronk stands in front of the state library of Victoria in Melbourne, Australia.
The New York-based sculpture of The Knotted Gun by Carl Fredrik Reutersward represents the hope for a nonviolent future.
Chicago’s 110-ton elliptical sculpture is called Cloud Gate (also known as the Bean), and was designed by Anish Kapoor.
David Černý’s Metalmorphosis might be the most known sight of Charlotte, North Carolina.