Kinetic Wind Sculpture

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If there’s one artist capable of putting human feeling into design, it’s Anthony Howe. His kinetic wind sculpture series, which he crafts in his workshop in NYC, is alive with an almost unearthly beauty. Howe makes the metal part of the natural landscapes—where his iron statues sit—using reflective surfaces and calming, hypnotic motion. His iron work is so mindful of the wind that it almost seems to control it. To give you a sense of the feeling his work evokes, note that Howe will be featured at next year’s Burning Man with the largest kinetic wind sculpture in the world. Check out the sculptures in action in the Creators Project recent look at his work.