There are some sculptures that can blow your mind, which is exactly what the Jason deCaires Taylor 'Underwater Sculptures' are all about. He created the world's first underwater sculpture park and then went on to create the national underwater art museum.
This year, Jason carried out some very interesting projects that are sure to be swimming in your minds for a while. 'Inertia' depicts a man sitting on a couch watching television and having a hamburger. The underlying idea is that people are unaware of what happens in the environment. The 'Anthropocene' project shows a Volkswagen beetle housing a swarm of fish. Again, this simply shows the impact of human's actions on the environment.
The really attractive and meaningful sculptures are simply a sight to see. If you haven't already seen this wonder world, you can fish around this gallery.
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The Jason deCaires Taylor Underwater Sculptures are Impressive
- By: Marriska FernandesOct 7, 2011