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These deceptively creative sculptures will blow your mind.

Passage - by Jerzy Kalina (Wroclaw, Poland)

Artists of course, are by nature creative. But when their creativity rises to genius levels, the works become objects of fascination. Such is the case with this collection of real-world sculptures.

Their works of art can be whimsical.

The Knotted Gun (Non-Violence) - by Carl Fredik Reutersward (New York City)

Or terrifying.

The Black Ghost - by Svajunas Jurkus and Sergejus Plotnikovas (Klaipeda, Lithuania)

No matter how you look at it.

The Black Ghost - by Svajunas Jurkus and Sergejus Plotnikovas (Klaipeda, Lithuania) rear

Ingenious methods create works that seem to defy physics.

Force of Nature - by Lorenzo Quinn (Doha, Qatar)

In some cases, beyond belief.

Upside down car - by Alex Chinneck (London)

They may make us laugh.

De Vaartkapoen - by Tom Frantzen (Brussels, Belgium)

Or cry.

Shoes on the Danube Bank - by Gyula Pauer (Budapest, Hungary)

Or scratch our heads in wonder.

The Unknown Official - by by MagnúsTómasson (Reykjavik, Iceland)

They may blend seamlessly with the environment around them while telling a local story in a single frame.

Cattle Drive - by  Robert Summers (Dallas, Texas)

Even if that story is painful to relive.

Passage - by Jerzy Kalina (Wroclaw, Poland)

But most importantly, the provide a celebration of the artist and their uniquely creative minds.

Freedom - by Zenos Frudakis (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)

Check out this gallery of unique sculptures in the slideshow below.