In several European cities like London, Barcelona and Berlin, you can spot these small cement sculptures of people in different locations and positions. The artist behind this work is Isaac Cordal from London. The figures are all made in cement and is about 10 inches big. They represent how the man leaves his citizen role and becomes one with the city, almost like camouflage. The art work is something between sculpture and photography, because the photographs of the sculptures in different settings are used as a witness in later exhibitions.
Other artists have used other types of materials when making sculptures, like Efes Pilsen beer cans.