Sunday , 20 April 2014

This picture is not photoshopped

But, the following ones certainly are:

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29 comments

  1. this is statue isn’t?

  2. wow – how about a little information?

  3. Too easy, the camera angle is trying to cover up the fact that the top part of the statue is being held up by a the connected briefcase to the top of the left leg. Just look carefully by the briefcase in the first picture.

  4. aaml4everfc, I was just about to say the same thing.

  5. I didn’t assume it was photoshopped

  6. Yeah this is a statue and the top is connected by the briefcase. I see this for real during this winter in Courchevel, a famous french ski resort

  7. Easy… the briefcase is the connection between the upper part and down part

  8. what do you mean “easy”? This wasn’t supposed to be a puzzle for you to solve, it is just a picture of a really neatly designed statue ( through which you can see the light house- totally awesome!) – I just wish they said whose statue it is and who is the sculptor.

  9. it’s still amazing, though. . . so little part of the statue connected to support upper part.

  10. This is G-Man from HL

  11. Who cares about you people bragging about “it’s easy..it’s just..blahblahblah..briefcase..blahblah..”? No one said this is magic or whatever. This picture was posted just to let you people see a piece of art. This isn’t about you boasting how it can be possible, tiny brains.

  12. This is a perfect balancing of two pieces of mass around pivoting point and it is the connection between the briefcase and the top of the left leg. The weight of the briefcase must have more compared to that of the upper part of the statue.

  13. The artist is Bruno Catalano, a french sculptor quite famous in his – mine – country. All of his works are related to the notion of vacuumness and emptiness. Quite interesting if u like art/sculptures/statues :) .

  14. i dont see how this is so amazing.

  15. Just a piece of metal, nothing to see here, move on. Btw, please change title, it doesn’t even look photoshoped, sorry.

  16. what’s funny is all the people saying it’s easy didn’t bother to explain how it was done other then it’s connected, because if that top piece was solid like the bottom then it would still break, now if they had pointed out that the top half is somewhat hollow(you can see this from the back view) and the bottom is obviously solid making a fine piece of work

  17. im with tek,MOVE THE HELL ON!!!!!!!!!!!!!! just some metal! DAMN!

  18. Nice piece of artwork. I like it :D

    Soendoro Soetanto

  19. For those who say “Its just a piece of metal, lets move on.” They obviously dont appreciate art for what it is. They dont know art when they see it. In my opinion I reallly LOVE this piece of artwork and its impressive! And Garduze….people are entitled to their own opinion. So dont get so bent out of shape with what people are saying. People are just expressing what they like or dont like about this piece of art. Art is MEANT to be discussed :-D ! Art is subjective which means that not everyone is going to like it. Everyone views a piece of art differently which means that people will have their own translation of the piece of art.

  20. I think it’s fantastic. The amount of skill that would have had to gone into this to not only make it look amazing but to make it weighted properly is astronomical. Well done!

  21. Really fake!!

  22. Very interesting. I thought it was photoshopped at first.

  23. I saw this in Paris just off the Champes Elysee, very cool though.

  24. obviously the brief case is connected to the leg. therefore everything i leaned about human anatomy is a lie.
    the hip-bone is clearly not connected to the, thigh bone.

  25. im with tek,MOVE THE HELL ON!!!!!!!!!!!!!! just some metal! DAMN

  26. Shut the fuck up, everyone. Gads, the world is so full of loser crybabies…

  27. Increible the mistakes in photoshop!!!!

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