Giant Moving Head Steel Sculpture


If you’re ever in Charlotte, North Carolina make sure to seek out this incredibly cool sculpture by artist David Cerny. Called Metalmorphosis, it’s a 30-ft tall giant head made of horizontally sliced stainless steel plate layers that rotate in various patterns. Some speculate that the sculpture is controlled by the artist from a computer in his home country of the Czech Republic. Best part? Water actually comes out of its mouth!

Watch the video, below, to see it in action.


David Cerny’s website





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