SpY's Android Sculptures Do Everyday Human Things

Bronze sculptures can be so boring. That's why Spanish street sculptor SpY—who became famous as a graffiti artist in the 80s—re-imagines them as offbeat androids doing ordinary human things. Here you can see his robotic officer sweeping the street, and below there's a bot with a gas mask reading the morning paper, and a clone posing as a businessman who happens to be wearing snorkels.

(Note: I don't know if SpY really knows that his sculptures are not actually human. But I do.)

SpY's Android Sculptures Do Everyday Human Things

SpY's Android Sculptures Do Everyday Human Things

Images by SpY

Interventions/Public Art by SpY