Las Vegas attracts visitors from all over the world. The availability of plethora of opportunities to spend quality time here makes the place one of the most loved cities in the world. Moreover, the presence of a dazzling array of casinos here has earned it the sobriquet of ‘Sin City.’ However, apart from entertainment places here, there are plenty of sites that are a treat to watch. There are beautiful roadside attractions here that never fail to mesmerize the visitors. Art lovers love to simply roam around in the city and come across scintillating pieces of art. Some of the roadside artworks are listed here.
People invariably stop in front of this 40 feet statue in order to take a selfie. The fixture was earlier the limelight of Burning Man Festival that was held in the desert. However, this has found a place in Las Vegas now. The statue is a marvel to watch at night when it is illuminated by 3000 LED lights. The statue weighs staggering 7,500 pounds and is an unmistakable spot in Las Vegas.
Art lovers in Las Vegas are invariably awestruck by the scintillating beauty of this 55 foot tall statue that is located in Downtown Container Park. It is alum of Burning Man. People are intrigued by the way the antennas of this figure spit raging fire balls high up into the air.
Giant Flashlight located in UNLV campus is the masterpiece created by talented artists Coosje Van Bruggen and Claes Oldenburg. These two artists were quite famous at that time since they had already created such masterpieces as cherry sculpture and giant spoon in Minneapolis. Oldenburg wanted to create a flashlight in order to make the spot shine amidst the dark surroundings. So, he wanted to make this spot stand out in dark desert.
Scale X is an unmistakable typewriter eraser that is located in Aria. Interestingly, it is also a creation of the two gifted artists Van Bruggen and Oldenburg. While many people don’t know the concept of WTF typewriter eraser, the statue never fails to attract their attention. It is 24 feet tall, and is located beside the pedestrian bridge, just in between Aria and the Mandarin Oriental.
Mannken Pis is one of the three licensed replicas that are situated in the whole world. It is located in The D right at the centre of the downtown Las Vegas. It is made of bronze and the head is shaped in a curl. The surprising aspect is the dexterously sculpted abs along with chubby thighs. This original artwork is located in Belgium.
Big Edge is basically giant canoe cluster which is the creation of Nancy Rubin. She has done a commendable job by creating a masterpiece from salvaged materials. She has beautifully and artistically sculpted a large number of boats in order to make them serve as centrepiece for Harmon Circle which is in the CityCenter. It is 70 feet long and 50 feet wide and includes rowboats, kayaks, surfboards, and sailboats, to name a few.