Art Spotting: A Global Tour of Weirdness

Written by Ashley

A digital tour of the weirdest public street art from around the globe

We’re totally down with the good, the bad and the unquestionably raunchy art on the scene these days.  But these take the cake for the weirdest, and largest in scale. Internationally, these works have become famous for being wild and crazy – check it!

20 Bizarre Works of Public Art from Around the World – Flavorwire

Enormous cows made of car parts by Helsinki-based sculptor Miina Äkkijyrkkä.

42-foot tall toy rabbit by Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman, Örebro, Sweden, 2011.

Oliver Voss’s Riesen-Nixe or Badenixe (“Grand Mermaid” or “Bathing Beauty”), Alster Lake, Hamburg, Germany, 2011.

Henk Hofstra’s Art Eggcident, Leeuwarden, Netherlands, 2008.

Douglas Coupland’s Digital Orca, Vancouver, BC, 2009.

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a fun-loving, twenty-something living in Brooklyn. She spends most of her time absorbing all the life, tofu and whiskey that NYC has to offer. Her current obsessions? BDG High-waisted leggings, vintage boot shopping in Williamsburg, Katherine Kwei's sling bag and Melanie Marie's two-finger horn ring.

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