Whilst on the theme of giant statues from a recent reblog, this giant hand in Uruguay really caught my attention courtesy of Utochspring.
I imagine this is what it is like when a giant finally wakes from a long, long sleep and finally decides to take on the world and anything in it’s way. It was actually intended to look like a hand drowning to warn swimmers and surfers of the dangers of the waves, created by Chilean artist Mario Irarrázabal during the summer of 1982.
A pretty cool sculpture and one I would like to see in person. Full post below.
Travel Tuesday Tuesdays has for a long time been my least favorite day of the week. Some years ago I had a great spinning class to look forward to on Tuesday nights, during this spring and summer I played soccer on Tuesdays but now I have an empty hole in my calendar on Tuesdays so […]