“Thrive” Is A 14-Ton Sculpture By Daniel Popper That Features Live Plants And An Archway You Can Walk Through
Daniel Popper is a Cape Town, South Africa-based multidisciplinary artist recognized for his larger-than-life sculptures depicting humanlike beings. Recently, the artist revealed his latest work – a 14-ton concrete sculpture titled “Thrive”. The sculpture is a permanent installation at the Society Las Olas residential building located in downtown Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and feature and archway you can pass through, as well as live plants.
The artist is no newcomer when it comes to creating impressive sculptures. He has created numerous ones in music festivals all over the world, including the Modem festival in Croatia, the Artwithme festival in Tulum, Mexico, the Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas, and much more. You can see more of Daniel’s impressive sculptures on his website!
South African artist Daniel Popper recently unveiled his latest work in Fort Lauderdale, Florida
The sculpture, titled “Thrive”, is made of glass fiber reinforced concrete and weighs 14 tons
It features an archway people can walk through as well as live plants
“Thrive” is a permanent installation at the Society Las Olas residential building, so make sure to check it out if you’re ever around!
The artist also shared some pictures of the creative process