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Yo-yo Mask (ヨーヨー仮面)from "Himitsu Sentai Goranger" 1976

The wonderful world of Tokusatsu villains, part Yo-yo Ma, Suddenly I’m Not Half The Moon I Used To Be, Sunstache, Cactus Blossom.

JORGE OTEIZA - (born Oct. 21, 1908, Orio, Spain—died April 9, 2003, San Sebastián, Spain), Basque sculptor who , examined the nature of space and emptiness in monumental minimalist sculptures that were influential in the art world of the mid-20th century. Oteiza began sculpting while studying medicine in Madrid. In 1935–48 he lived in South America, and the pre-Columbian art that he saw there informed his later work. Oteiza won the grand prize for sculpture at the 1957 São Paulo Bienal…

JORGE OTEIZA - (born Oct. 21, 1908, Orio, Spain—died April 9, 2003, San Sebastián, Spain), Basque sculptor who , examined the nature of space and emptiness in monumental minimalist sculptures that were influential in the art world of the mid-20th century. Oteiza began sculpting while studying medicine in Madrid. In 1935–48 he lived in South America, and the pre-Columbian art that he saw there informed his later work. Oteiza won the grand prize for sculpture at the 1957 São Paulo Bienal…

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This sculpture was built in 1973 and designed by Bogdan Bogdanovic. It is dedicated to the long mining tradition in Kosovo.

Estas estruturas foram ordenadas a serem construídas pelo ex-presidente iugoslavo Josip Broz Tito entre 1960 e 70 para comemorar os locais onde ocorreram as batalhas da Segunda Guerra Mundial. Na década de 80, estes monumentos atraíram  milhões de visitantes por ano. Depois de 1990, com a queda da URSS, foram abandonados completamente e seus significados simbólicos foram perdidos para sempre.

Yugoslavian Monuments Look Like Relics from an Alien Civilisation: This monument is dedicated to the soldiers who freed the city of Knin, Croatia from the fascists during World War II. (Photo by Jan Kempenaers)

Nis -  Socialist Republic. In the 1980s, these monuments attracted millions of visitors per year, especially young pioneers for their "patriotic education." After the Republic dissolved in early 1990s, they were completely abandoned, and their symbolic meanings were forever lost.

Built in this monument in Niš, Serbia commemorates the people from the area that were killed during World War II. The three clenched fists are the work of sculptor Ivan Sabolić. (Photo by Jan Kempenaers)

25 Abandoned Yugoslavia Monuments that look like they're from the Future.  Built in the 1960s and 70's to commemorate sites where WWII battles took place.

This monument, authored by sculptor Miodrag Živković, commemorates the Battle of Sutjeska, one of the bloodiest battles of World War II in the former Yugoslavia. (Photo by Jan Kempenaers)