An Artificial Reef Made From Human Sculptures (Pics)

An Artificial Reef Made From Human Sculptures (Pics)
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400 life-size human sculptures will gradually become an underwater sea body.

Naresh Kumar
  • 10 november 2010

The Silent Evolution is an incredible, one of its kind underwater art installation that involves 400 life-size human sculptures installed 9 meters below sea level off the coast of the Isla Mujeres in Mexico. Created by British artist Jason deCaires Taylor, the sculptures are made from materials that will draw sea creatures towards it and eventually form a coral reef.

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