Cusco-based sculptor, Michael de Titan has stunned the internet with his last project titled Apukunaq Tianan (meaning “abode of the gods”). This sculpture is carved in the South American country of Peru, which is very famous for its Incan ruins. The sculpture is located around 40 minutes away from Cusco. The artist aim it so merge art and nature together. Despite this sculpture, there are some others located in the area.
There you can find a depiction of the Andean creator deity Viracocha (or Wiracocha), the Incan Mother Earth goddess Pachamama, the head of a puma (which is a part of the Incan trilogy of symbolic animals), and the face of the last monarch of the Neo-Incan state, Túpac Amaru. De Titan used only a chisel and hammer to add these incredible works of art into the mountain face. All of the sculptures range between 15 and 17 meters (49.2 and 55.8 feet) in height.
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