How high’s the water, mama?

Street art in Berlin by Isaac Cordal
Street art in Berlin by Isaac Cordal

Social media have dubbed this tiny Berlin puddle sculpture “Politicians discussing global warming,” but the sculpture is actually called “Electoral Campaign” and is part of a larger street art installation called “Follow the Leaders.”

Spanish street artist Isaac Cordal installs his 6″-10″ tall sculptures in streets and public spaces across Europe in an ongoing project called “Cement Eclipses,” then photographs them to document their presence.


6 thoughts on “How high’s the water, mama?

    1. It speaks as loudly as any treatise on global warming. I’ve long envisioned some wealthy denier standing outside his beachfront mansion with rising seawater lapping at his knees …

... and that's my two cents