Thursday, October 7, 2010





Testing the relationship between art and environment sculptor, Jason de Caires Taylor created an underwater sculpture garden in Grenada,Canterbury,  and in Cancun. Overtime the sculptures will become artificial coral reefs that will house and provide food for tons and tons of sea creatures.

7 comments:

  1. That's really amazing. I mean it. I sure hope global warming doesn't fuck this up.

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  2. This is really cool! But won't the statues eventually corrode away after time..?

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  3. This is amazing. I love this sculpture. Although, I feel like that if it wasn't immersed in water it wouldn't be nearly as cool. The water adds a great effect to it.

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  4. Cool blog bro, will be following

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  5. then in 50 years they find out that the sculptures are leeching out poisons that kill off the entire ecosystem...

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