Monday, October 22, 2012

Now you see him, now you don't.




Dositej  Obradović  (DOSS-ee-tay o-BRA-doe-vitch) (1742 –1811) was a Serbian author, philosopher, linguist, traveler, polyglot and the first minister of education of Serbia. Above are two versions of his statue!

11 comments:

Olivier said...

amusante comparaison et j'aime beaucoup la deuxieme version

Lowell said...

That's just plain weird. The poor guy is wired!

Gaelyn said...

I like them both.

RedPat said...

Love the wired version!

Lily Hydrangea said...

wow - that wire sculpture is original.

Thérèse said...

La deuxième version pour moi, cela change des bronzes...

'Tsuki said...

Nice association of pictures !!!

I have donne something like that here :

http://lunedemaledaumon.blogspot.fr/2009/08/si-si-jinsiste.html

First picture is a INSIDE door at the entrance of the church of my village, and the second is a OUTSIDE door of the nursing home of my village...

And what I found priceless about it, is the message it says, cause the door outside the nursing home is in fact the exit door for the coffins of the dead customers of the nursing home... They "go" from one grill to the other, I guess...

Quite ironic, isn't it ?

Tamera said...

I like both of them!

Daryl said...

i like the wire version

Virginia said...

The wire one looks like a pencil sketch in the sky!
V

Alexa said...

I was thinking what V just said, because I have an artist friend whose sketches look a lot like the wire statue. They're both great though.