Campaigners recreate Leonardo da Vinci’s famous sketch in the Arctic sea.
Leonardo da Vinci’s famous Vitruvian Man becomes half the man he used to be - as part of his body melts into the sea. The enormous version of the Italian painter’s famous sketch was created by artist John Quigley who used copper pipes stretched out on the iceberg in the Arctic.
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Campaigners recreate Leonardo da Vinci’s famous sketch in the Arctic sea.
Leonardo da Vinci’s famous Vitruvian Man becomes half the man he used to be - as part of his body melts into the sea. The enormous version of the Italian painter’s famous sketch was created by artist John Quigley who used copper pipes stretched out on the iceberg in the Arctic.
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Campaigners recreate Leonardo da Vinci’s famous sketch in the Arctic sea.
Leonardo da Vinci’s famous Vitruvian Man becomes half the man he used to be - as part of his body melts into the sea. The enormous version of the Italian painter’s famous sketch was created by artist John Quigley who used copper pipes stretched out on the iceberg in the Arctic.
More here
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Campaigners recreate Leonardo da Vinci’s famous sketch in the Arctic sea.
Leonardo da Vinci’s famous Vitruvian Man becomes half the man he used to be - as part of his body melts into the sea. The enormous version of the Italian painter’s famous sketch was created by artist John Quigley who used copper pipes stretched out on the iceberg in the Arctic.
More here
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Campaigners recreate Leonardo da Vinci’s famous sketch in the Arctic sea.

Leonardo da Vinci’s famous Vitruvian Man becomes half the man he used to be - as part of his body melts into the sea. The enormous version of the Italian painter’s famous sketch was created by artist John Quigley who used copper pipes stretched out on the iceberg in the Arctic.

More here