It could be described as the kinetic re-imagination of H.R. Giger’s works. These sculptures’ movement is initiated by the wind, and once the sculptures start moving, the result is quite mesmerising.

Designed by artist Arthur Howe, the Di-Octo sculpture in the video above stands almost 8 metres high, and weighs over 700 kilograms.  Howe writes this sculpture was specifically designed for easy assembly, but will withstand very strong wind.

Watch the video above to see the kinetic movement in action.

Source: This is Colossal

Video credit: Anthony Howe