land art

Lion’s Paw, Kenya 2010

The world is an inspired canvas for acclaimed sculptor Andrew Rogers who created “Rhythms of Life”. This collection is the largest contemporary land art undertaking in the world, forming a chain of 48 massive stone structures, or Geoglyphs, spanning the globe. The project has involved over 6,700 people in 13 countries across seven continents.

Here are some of his massive artworks set in different countries.

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Bunjil, Australia 2006

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Circles, Bolivia 2005

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The Messenger, China 2006

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Eagle, Iceland 2006

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Rhythms of Life, Antartica 2010

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Celebration of Life, Israel 2006

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Sacred, Slovakia 2008

Find out more on Andrew Rogers website.

 

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