Underwater Sculptures and Statues

Collection of over 68 underwater sculptures located in Grenada and the UK all by sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor. Video details the transformations of the pieces over a 2 year period

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+31 1. PlayaX commented 12 years ago

Wow, that is beautiful!
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+25 2. Acim commented 12 years ago

waiting 2 years for a sculpture to be the way you wanted - that's patience!
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+20 3. banzemanga commented 12 years ago

lol can you imagine that the future forgets about the existence of the sculptures and when they find it they think that it used to be a civilization that became submerged underwater.
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+4 4. samxgx commented 12 years ago

Jason deCaires Taylor inspired by Maffia Cleaning Service...

for those who didn't get it the first line: Maffia used to wack people and throw the bodies in the sea to get rid of the evidence.
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+40 5. deductive commented 12 years ago

very nice vid uploader. thank you
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+11 6. c0mmanderKeen commented 12 years ago

wow, this really is something.. some look scary even. very nice find!
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+3 7. eNdEmiOn06463 commented 12 years ago

So I guess the point is to confuse future archaeologists?
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0 8. teodora9 commented 12 years ago

it is good for the ecosystem too! so 2in1...art and protecting the environment
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+2 9. halboug commented 12 years ago

well this isn't creepy at all
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-1 10. charlie19291 commented 12 years ago

wowza wowza
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-1 11. Dazzz69 commented 12 years ago

Hauntingly magestic.
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+3 12. RandurSource commented 12 years ago

2:04 So to protect the coral reefs, the artist suggests to dump bicycles (1:26) and statues (stone/metal) in the water? How will this help the coral reefs?

Why not just stay away from it, don't meddle with it, don't swim through it, don't attract tourists to come and go dive to see it.
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0 13. lockandload commented 12 years ago

its like an art but underwater, but very nice to watch, nice one!
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+3 14. ImprsdBySmartVid commented 12 years ago

I don't like it, it's like dead bodies, maybe the music doesn't fit, maybe I'm in a bad mood, I don't know.
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0 15. metro commented 12 years ago


it helps as artificial reefs also become home for sea life. It is very common and useful to sink old ships that are no longer needed. Bikes probaly nice once they have growth on them.