Andrew Rogers’s sculptures are so enormous that they’re best viewed from the air. He has created 48 supersized works that cover hillsides and deserts in 13 countries. So why have you never heard of him?
Andrew Rogers's "Sacred" uses marble to create a horse symbol modeled on a 2,000-year-old coin that was found near the Spissky castle in Slovakia. The Australian former businessman has been doing some of the largest artworks in the world in 13 countries. His message is "that we are all connected through time and space." Copyright Andrew Rogers