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    Spectacular Gravity-Defying Elephant Sculpture

    You might remember French artist Daniel Firman's elephant balancing on its trunk that Alice introduced to us last year. Well, the acrobatic mammoth is back defying gravity. The sculptural installation titled Nasutamanus depicts an elephant once again performing a balancing act with its trunk, but th...
    • Annie A

      **Spectacular Gravity-Defying Elephant Sculpture, by French artist Daniel Firman** This sculptural installation titled Nasutamanus depicts an elephant performing a balancing act with its trunk. Instead of simply doing an elephant's version of a handstand, it appears to have suctioned its trunk to a wall adjacent to the floor. The remarkable result is this enormous animal seemingly hovering over the ground.


      Gravity-Defying Elephant Sculptures by #DanielFirman

    • David Wallace Haskins

      French artist Daniel Firman is back with another balancing elephant with his new sculptural installation titled Nasutamanus. Nasutamanus is part of a group exhibition called The Circus as a Parallel Universe currently showing Kunsthalle Wien in Vienna through September 2, 2012. (via My Modern Met)

    • Mrs. Mel B

      French artist Daniel Firman's elephant balancing on its trunk - This scares me a little though...

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