Dutch artist Theo Jansen's "Strandbeest" kinectic sculptures that harness wind power to move autonomously. Photo by corblimeylimey, via Flickr

Strandbeests, Astonishing Wind Powered Mobile Sculptures

"Strandbeests" ("beach beasts") by Dutch artist Theo Jansen are beautiful vaguely skeletal kinectic sculptures that harness wind power to move autonomously

Daily Morning Awesomeness (25 Photos)

Daily Morning Awesomeness (25 Photos)

Street Art - Glass Sculpture - in Athens The statue called "The Runner." It is made of glass by the sculptor Costas Varotsos.

Daily Morning Awesomeness (25 Photos)

Daily Morning Awesomeness (25 Photos)

Street Art - Glass Sculpture - in Athens The statue called "The Runner." It is made of glass by the sculptor Costas Varotsos.

Moving Art: Unbelievable Kinetic Sculptures of Theo Jansen

A new species of animal roams the beaches of Holland. Made of plastic tubes, Theo Jansen’s kinetic sculptures move along the sand in a surprisingly organic way.

Theo Jansen the most amazing sculpture8

Theo Jansen - Kinetic Sculptures using the wind to move. Art that is not only done outdoors but that has to be outdoors in order to perform their function.

Kinetic creatures move in a autonomous way in the only force of winds. By Theo Jansen is a physicist.

Ces formidables créatures cinétiques se déplacent de façon autonome à la seule force des vents

Strandbeest: The Dream Machines of Theo Jansen (Animaris Percipiere Rectus (2005). Courtesy of Theo Jansen. Photo by Loek van der Klis.)

Strandbeest: The Dream Machines of Theo Jansen (Animaris Percipiere Rectus Courtesy of Theo Jansen. Photo by Loek van der Klis.

theo_jansen_02

L’art cinétique de Theo Jansen - Strange Stuff And Funky Things

Dutch artist Theo Jansen artificial animal-like structures. They walk on the beach, driven by the wind.

Pinterest
Search