Fly with a spray can, a gargoyle sculpted by Walter S. Arnold for the Washington National Cathedral. (photograph by Walter S. Arnold, via Stone Ideas)
The Astronaut of Salamanca Cathedral (via Narom)
Gremlin on the Chapel (photograph by Loute / Panoramio user)
See lots more! Full Article by Laetitia Barbier:
Pop Culture Gargoyles Hidden in Gothic Architecture | Atlas Obscura.
“This is the story of a French postman who spent thirty years of his life building his dream home– a palace made of pebbles and stones he found along his postal route….”
Read full article at Messy Nessy Chic:
The Postman who built a Palace made of Pebbles | Messy Nessy Chic Messy Nessy Chic.
A woman takes pictures of art installation “Alice” by Spanish artist Cristina Lucas, in the Andalusian Centre of Contemporary Art in the Andalusian capital of Seville, southern Spain.
Picture: REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo
California-based artist Jayson Fann designs and creates “Spirit Nests” for humans. Exhibited at the Big Sur Spirit Garden International Arts And Cultural Center which hosts artists, performers and musicians from across the globe. Jayson also does commissioned work.
Sleep Like a Bird in Jayson Fann’s Human Nests | Oddity Central – Collecting Oddities.