This stunning steel public sculpture series takes on ten iconic New York buildings and puts a unique spin on them. The works were created by Cuban artist Alexandre Arrechea. The collection ‘No Limits’ takes on New York tourist favorites such as the Chrysler Building, the Empire State Building, the Flatiron Building, the Helmsley and Metlife buildings as well as the metropolitan life insurance company tower and the US courthouse.
The sculptures, some of which are over 20 feet tall, are to be enjoyed by the public when they are shown at Park Avenue Malls around New York from March 1st.
Photo Credits: designboom, alexandrearrechea
Artist Remixes Iconic New York Landmarks in Public Sculptures
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