Made with Terra Cotta in 1956, this simple sculpture that depicts the relationship between a mother and her child. Its soft and round characteristic emulates the African and Pre-Columbian style of art.
No One Can Save Us Now by Mojoko and Eric Foenander
It’s pretty obvious why this photo is wrong. This shouldn’t be happening to Superman. Although with the hot weather in Singapore, I wouldn’t be surprised. With that realization, the sculpture did its job. It’s a direct response to global warming. If this can happen to Superman, who is pretty much indestructible, what’s the hope for the rest of us?