Thomas Dambo Hides Massive Sculptures ‘Off the Beaten Track’ #ArtTuesday
Thomas Dambo’s sculptures are whimsical and striking. And the fact that the viewer can use a treasure map or poem to find the sculptures?! If you’re in Copenhagen don’t miss your chance at an incredible game of hide and seek! From ThomasDabmo.com via deMilked:
Go hunting for The Six Forgotten Giants in Rødovre, Hvidovre, Vallensbæk, Ishøj, Albertslund and Høje Taastrup.
All six sculptures are made from scrap wood with the help of local volunteers.
The projects wants to bring art out of the museum, show the beautiful and often overlooked nature spots in the western part of Copenhagen, and at the same time give an exciting and different experience.
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