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The strangest public artworks.





Toy Rabbit 12 meters high, by the Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman, Örebro, Sweden, 2011.




Bear with a lamp, by artist Urs Fischer, New York, 2011.




Cloud Gate by Anish Kapoor (also known as beans), Chicago, IL, 2006.
A classic, but it is still quite strange.




Graffiti 3D surreal, by Polish artist Krystian Czaplicki, also known as the Truth.




Gundam Robot, Tokyo, Japan, 2009.




Cows giant auto parts made ​​by the sculptor Miina Äkkijyrkkä.




Source of Virtues, created by Benedikt Wurzelbacher in 1589, Nuremberg, Germany.




Brush giant, by artist Claes Oldenburg, Philadelphia, 2011.




The eye, by artist Tony Tasset, Chicago, IL, 2010.




The statue of Charles La Trobe, Charles Robb, Melbourne, Australia.




The large siren or bather, by artist Oliver Voss, the Alster lake, Hamburg, Germany, 2011.




Forever Marilyn by Seward Johnson, Chicago, IL, 2011.




Eggcident, by artist Henk Hofstra, Leeuwarden, The Netherlands, 2008.




Le Pouce ( "finger" ), by Cesar Baldaccini, 1965.




The Big Giving, by Klaus Weber, London, UK, 2007.




Suspended Rhino, Potsdam, Germany.




Digital Orca, by Douglas Coupland, Vancouver, BC, 2009.




Interactive video sculpture by Jaume Plensa, Crown Fountain, Chicago, IL, 2004.




Giant clothespin, by Mehmet Ali Uysal, Liege, Belgium.













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