Stunning Underwater Scultpures Near Maldives By Jason deCaires Taylor – Design You Trust

Stunning Underwater Scultpures Near Maldives By Jason deCaires Taylor

Jason deCaires Taylor is a specialist of ghost sculptures. Generally placed into a urban place, where they become a monument and a symbol of a city, sculptures are not done to be hidden. On the contrary, they are here to impress and to dominate the city landscape.

Not for deCaires Taylor. He prefers indeed to place his artworks into insolite spaces and to decorate new unexplored regions. That is why he places his sculptures under the sea, creating a stunning “ancient” effect, giving the impression of a passing time. In his last project, he created an entire underwater museum in Shaviyani, at the Maldives islands. The idea is to “open the visitor to a new vision and a new way of pereceiving the world” the artist explains.

More: Jason deCaires Taylor h/t: fubiz




















If you want more awesome content, subscribe to 'Oh, Design You Trust,' our brand new Facebook page! Trust me, you won't be disappointed.

More Inspiring Stories

See-Through Japanese Schoolgirl Lingerie Is A Great Way To Get Kicked Out Of Class
Teacher Shares Photos Of A Backpack A Father Made For His Son Because He Wanted To Save Money
Fun Cookie Cutter Lets You Bite Out Quirky Hairstyles On Your Cookies
Stunning Black And White Photos Of The Skateboarding In The 1960s
Unevenly Stitched Jeans Will Make You Do a Double Take
This Guy Takes His Beard To The Next Level, And Even Calls Himself Mr. Incredibeard
“Star Wars Bands”: Superfi Spoofs Popular Album Covers Using Star Wars Puns
Phosphorescent Glass Sculptures Illuminate in Presence of People
Toru Iwatani Shows His Original Drafts For Pac-Man
Stunning Blog Pairs High Fashion with Aesthetically Similar Images
A Minimal, Multi-Colored Keyboard That Would Brighten Up Your Work Day
‘Neko Cup’ Creator Shows Off The Strange Infinite Cat Possibilities Of The Product
"Jane Asher’s Fancy Dress": Over 100 Costumes for Children and Adults and How to Make Them, 1983
Sonja Hinrichsen’s Expansive Swirling Snow Drawing Atop A Frozen Lake
Edible Flower Petals Are Preserved In These Unique Lollipops
Monument To The Unknown Bureaucrat
Amazing Japanese Cardboard Artist Transforms Old Boxes Into Tanks, Gundams, Space Ships, And More!
This 16-Year-Old Vegan Teenager Turns His Food Into Stunning Art
It’s Tempting, But Don’t Try Eating Anything Made By This Artist — You Might Break Your Teeth!
Francesca Lombardi And Giacomo Favilla Present Stunning Doily Masks Portraits
Giant Snorlax Cushion Is The Comfiest Pokémon Bed You Can Take A Nap On
Andrew Myers Creates A Portrait Using Suspended Painted Cubes
These Surf Enthusiasts Are Repurposing Old Billboards Into Awesome, Sustainable Surf Bags
Fashionably Dressed Flowers By Miguel Vallinas Display Their Budding Personalities