Balancing rocks is something we do as bored kids. Bill Dan has turned this child’s pastime into art. Seemingly impossible art. Bill is a rock balancing artist whose primary medium is stone riprap found in the coastlines of his hometown in San Fransisco. His sculptures consist of rocks balanced on top of each other. He does them all freehand and their seemingly impossible configurations are what makes them unique. The fact that he uses no adhesives makes it even more impressive. When asked about his work, he said: “Some people try to make things too complicated. This is the opposite.”
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