Travel·Posted on Aug. 10, 2022These 13 Art Installations From Around The World Are Some Of The Most Interesting Things I'll See This WeekYou just gotta love modern art and all of its weirdness!by by Victoria HonoréBuzzFeed Staff, by Isabella TorchiaBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. The "Hungry Boy" Statue in Oslo, Norway Santi Visalli / Getty Images Also called "The Angry Baby," this sculpture — created by Gustav Vigeland — can be found at the Vigeland Sculpture Park in Norway. How much joy does this spark for us? Tori: It's amazing how it looks like every upset child I've seen scream at their parents in public. Isabella: Okay, no one told me they made a sculpture of me when I didn't get my way! 2. The Hillside "Diva" in Pernambuco, Brazil Warning This image is graphic Tap to reveal Click to reveal Juliana Notari / CNN Sitting comfortably at the Usina de Arte Park in Brazil, this controversial 33 meter cavernous work of art, by Juliana Notari, looks like something...I just can't quite figure out what...How much joy does this spark for us? Isabella: And once again another sculpture modelled after me without my knowledge... Tori: The fact that the grass around this one isn't perfectly trimmed makes me feel seen, somehow. 3. The "Blue Mustang" in Denver, Colorado, USA George Rose / Getty Images Good ol' "Blucifer" stands at almost 10 meters tall at the Denver International Airport in the States. We have the late artist, Luis Jiménez, to thank for this rad AF sculpture.How much joy does this spark for us? Tori: All hail!!!Isabella: God, I love a Denver Airport conspiracy. The tunnels! The doomsday murals! This big freak horse! 4. The "Fork of Vevey" in Vevey, Switzerland Fabrice Coffrini / AFP via Getty Images Designed by Swiss artist, Jean-Pierre Zaugg, to celebrate Nestle's Alimentarium Food Museum's 10th anniversary.How much joy does this spark for us? Tori: The only thing I can think of when looking at this installation is...you don't use a fork for soup!Isabella: I don't really like when an everyday object is, like...big like this. And that's all I really have to say about that. 5. The "Headington Shark" in Oxford, England Planet One Images / Planet One Images/UCG/Universal Images Group via Getty Images This Sharknado-esque sculpture was designed by John Buckley on commission from Bill Heine, the ~lucky~ owner of this Headington home. This poor shark's head has been stuck in this roof since 1986.How much joy does this spark for us? Tori: This is the sickest aesthetic choice I've ever seen be added to a home! Seriously, so much better than decorative pillars or barn doors! Isabella: If this were on Love It or List It, I would looooooove it. 6. "The Kindlifresserbrunnen" in Bern, Switzerland Reda&co / REDA&CO/Universal Images Group via Getty Images In English, "The Child Eater Fountain" has been with us since 1546 (!!!) and is just so totally...heartwarming.How much joy does this spark for us? Tori: I'd love to know how awful children were behaving in 1500s Switzerland for someone to make this.Isabella: There's a lot wrong with this, the most being that one baby with the six-pack???Tori: Hahaha, and he's flexing for us, too, wth! 7. The "Montreal Ring" in Montreal, Quebec, Canada THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-Ivanhoe Cambridge It measures 30 meters in diameter and weighs 50,000 lbs...it's a ring. In Montreal.How much joy does this spark for us?Tori: Can't believe Montreal got a ring before I did.Isabella: Yeah, what the heck? 8. "Homunculus Loxodontus" in Leiden, The Netherlands Margriet van Breevoort AKA: "Zhdun," "Puchekun," "The One Who Waits," and "It." This...thingie...was created by Dutch artist, Margriet van Breevoort, for the Leiden University Medical Center — though now, it's somehow been solidified in Eastern European meme culture. Wild.How much joy does this spark for us? Tori: I've never felt less joy than while looking at this...the plush dolls of it are kinda cute though.Isabella: Tori, no. :( I love them. :( 9. "Support" in Venice, Italy Adam Berry / Getty Images This 2017 greatly celebrated work was created by Lorenzo Quinn. It was a hit with gondola-riding tourists while it was still available to see, as it was visible mainly through Venice's Grand Canal. How much joy does this spark for us? Tori: I'm actually sad that this one is closed now. It would've been surreal to see, I mean it's big hands coming out of the water!! Isabella: Mamma mia, those are big hands. Venice is sinking, so these would probably be very helpful still. Tori: Today, I learned that Venice is sinking. :D 10. The "Marfa Prada Store" in Valentine, Texas, USA Andrew Lichtenstein / Corbis via Getty Images By Berlin-based artists called Michael Elmgreen and Ingar Dragset, this permanent sculpture features real Prada items inside it and working lights, but the doors are locked. It's the most camp mirage a person could see if lost in the middle of an effing desert — except that it's real! How much joy does this spark for us? Tori: If I'm ever unlucky enough to be driving through Texas, I'm definitely stopping here. For some reason, it really speaks to me. Isabella: If I'm ever unlucky enough to be driving through Texas...sksksksks. But yeah, same, this is kind of chic to me! In a rapture/alien invasion kind of way. 11. The "Gävle Goat" in Gävle, Sweden Afp / AFP via Getty Images The lucky winner of the title, "World's Largest Straw Goat" (because there's a world record for anything, I guess), the 13-meter-tall Gävle Goat is a lovely symbol of the Christmas season every year for Gävle locals, tourists, and jolly arsonists alike!How much joy does this spark for us? Tori: The various ways this goat has met its demise year after year is a huge source of Christmas entertainment for me. Isabella: This goat has been destroyed 34 years out of the last 50. Talk about resiliency. Rooting for it in 2022! 12. "Buff Korean Jesus" in Yeongcheon, Gyeongsangbuk-do, South Korea Jesslyn 🇮🇩 @jtannady Hi. Do you have a moment to talk about buff Korean Jesus? 03:20 PM - 27 Dec 2021 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @jtannady Genuinely, if anybody knows why there's a Creatine Christ on a park path in South Korea, please let us know.How much joy does this spark for us? Tori: I go to the gym every day...and I will still never be ~him~.Isabella: Jesus CHRIST! Literally! 13. "Cloud Gate" in Chicago, Illinois, USA George Rose / Getty Images It's called the bean, it's called the bean, IT'S CALLED THE BEAN!!!How much joy does this spark for us? Tori: I don't love the colour-hogging-art-bully who made this...but I like beans.Isabella: "Cloud Gate"? EXCUSE ME? SINCE WHEN? What's a wild modern-art installation that you like? Let us know in the comments!