15 Mesmerizing Mirrored Artworks Found Outdoors

After the overwhelmingly positive response we received from sinking sculpture illusions, I decided to put together this compilation post of another art trend I’ve been noticing. They seem to be popping up everywhere, mirrored sculptures and installations planted in cities or nature that ask the viewer to reflect on more than just the artwork. It’s where the viewer inadvertently becomes the subject, interacting with it on a deeper, more personal level.

For your inspiration, here are 15 examples of this mesmerizing art trend.

Above: By Anish Kapoor


By Jeppe Hein


By Joakim Kaminsky and Maria Poll


By Harumi Yukutake


By Ignes Idee


By Michel de Broin


By Alyson Shotz


By Rob Mulholland


By Maslen & Mehra


By Anish Kapoor


By Anish Kapoor


By Arnaud Lapierre


By Peter Trevelyan


By Rob Mulholland


By Dan Graham



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