A Giant Glass Raindrop Balances on a Bronze Man’s Face in Ukraine (8 pics)




All images via Nazar Bilyk Ukrainian artist Nazar Bilyk  created the 6-foot tall sculpture ” Rain ” as a symbol of man’s communication with nature, a dialogue between the human race and the world around us. The bronze sculpture features a nondescript man looking upward, a giant glass raindrop positioned over his face. This orb of translucent glass seems to balance perfectly, a sort of calm communing happening between the droplet and the solitary figure.)

All images via Nazar Bilyk Ukrainian artist Nazar Bilyk  created the 6-foot tall sculpture

All images via Nazar Bilyk Ukrainian artist Nazar Bilyk  created the 6-foot tall sculpture ” Rain ” as a symbol of man’s communication with nature, a dialogue between the human race and the world around us. The bronze sculpture features a nondescript man looking upward, a giant glass raindrop positioned over his face. This orb of translucent glass seems to balance perfectly, a sort of calm communing happening between the droplet and the solitary figure. “The raindrop is a symbol of the dialogue which connects a man with a whole diversity of life forms,” Bilyk told My Modern Met . “The figure has a loose and porous structure and relates to dry land, which absorbs water. In this work I play with scale, making a raindrop large enough to compare a man with an insect, considering that man is a part of nature. Moreover, this work concerns the question of interaction and difficulties in coexistence of man with environment.” You can see more of Bilyk’s work on his website and Behance . (via Bored Panda )

A Giant Glass Raindrop Balances on a Bronze Man's Face in Ukraine

A Giant Glass Raindrop Balances on a Bronze Man's Face in Ukraine

A Giant Glass Raindrop Balances on a Bronze Man's Face in Ukraine

A Giant Glass Raindrop Balances on a Bronze Man's Face in Ukraine

A Giant Glass Raindrop Balances on a Bronze Man's Face in Ukraine

A Giant Glass Raindrop Balances on a Bronze Man's Face in Ukraine

A Giant Glass Raindrop Balances on a Bronze Man's Face in Ukraine

Photographer  Bhautik Joshi  has managed to make the film 2001: A Space Odyssey   into something eve

Photographer  Bhautik Joshi  has managed to make the film 2001: A Space Odyssey   into something even more terrifying, turning the 1968 Sci-Fi hit into an animation fueled by Picasso. Joshi ran the film through Google’s neural network , Deep Dream , a program that finds and enhances patterns within images through  algorithmic pareidolia . This process often leads to the hallucinogenic appearance of even simple images due to the extreme over-processing that occurs in the network. Joshi took this program a couple of steps further by teaching the system to interpret the cult favorite as a series of Picasso paintings, making it lean more expressionist than trippy. If you like Joshi’s edit of the film, check out more of his work with DeepDream (including an interpretation of Blade Runner) on his Vimeo . (via Sploid )




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