If you somehow find yourself in Galicia, in Spain’s north-west you might well get to see and discover the work of Isaac Cordal. All over Galicia he had made tiny works of art that are often very thought provoking. Isaac’s sculptures take the form of little people in ‘real’ life and death situations meaning you start to empathise with their situations even if they are nothing more than miniature sculptures. If you thought it sounds weird you should see them…
Top 10 Provocative Tiny Cement Sculptures
10 – SinkingWar
These amazing sculptures can be found just about anywhere! In gutters, on buildings, bus shelters, in fact, just about anywhere unusual.
9 – Drowning
There is a real dark side to some of these sculptures. They might lack colour but they certainly have very colourful emotions to show.
8 – The Great Escape
Issac work does help promote environmental issues that plague our daily lives meaning they really might well be how people are thinking and the world changing.
7 – The Burial
If you are visiting the city of Nantes why not get Issacs book Cement éclipses and see if you can spot some of the places he used for his art.
6 – Understanding
The idea is he sees businesses as missing the understanding that they need to know the world’s climate is changing and will soon engulf them all.
5 – The Hidden
Isaac has made some many sculptures that I am jumping in and out of his art series with this post rather than featuring one single series.
4 – The View
It is not just the art that looks amazing, it can also be the location they are placed. This reflection is perfect against the art scene in the foreground.
3 – Gone
Does this image show the world of art disappearing or the world disappearing without the love for art?! Either way round I love this piece.
2 – Pushed Under
Some of the works of art are very dark and scary indeed. But that is only because he has a very dark and scary message to get across!
1 – Walking Down
Once again it is a little dark for some people, but this is the one I loved the most. Business and people walking blindly into their doom unless we all do something about climate change now. Now isn’t that worth thinking about?!?