EU Humor

The story begins with a sculpture commissioned by the Czech Republic for the start of its EU presidency. Set in the atrium of the European Council in Brussels, the sprawling piece is a collection of maps of the EU member states, each sculpted by a native artist to represent not just the geography, but the essence of his or her country. What follows is pure genius: the sculpted map of France is covered by a giant “On Strike!” banner. The Netherlands is entirely under water, with five minarets poking above the surface. Luxembourg is a gold nugget, covered by a […]

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