An aluminum hand grasps a Fiat 500 in Italian artist Lorenzo Quinn's sculpture 'Vroom Vroom' in London on Jan. 24. Mr. Quinn is the son of late actor Anthony Quinn. Stefan Wermuth/Reuters
A visitor strokes a giant rabbit sculpture named 'Great Stuffed Rabbit' by Swiss artist Christian Gonzenbach during the 'Zoonamia de la nature humaine' exhibition at La Condition Publique cultural factory in Roubaix, France, on Jan. 20. Pascal Rossignol/Reuters
A giant fork sculpture, created in 1995 by Swiss artists Jean-Pierre Zaugg and Georges Favre, is pictured on the shores of Lake Leman in front of the Alimentarium, the Food Museum, in Vevey, Switzerland in 2008. Denis Balibouse/Reuters/File
People look at a giant sculpture of a hair dryer at an open air exhibition entitled 'The Magnificent Innovations for Women' in Budapest, Hungary, on March 20, 2010. Attila Kisbendeck/AFP Photo/Newscom/File
Youngsters play under a giant ant near the Capitol Columns at the National Arboretum's Big Bug Festival in Washington in 2000. The garden sculpture by Dave Rogers is made of willow, with red cedar eyes. Newscom/File
Workers apply varnish to a giant sculpture of a pair of soccer shoes in Berlin in 2006. Lilli Sachse/Reuters/File
A sculpture of a giant spider, 'Maman 1999,' by the late French-born artist Louise Bourgeois, stands outside the Tate Modern in London in 2007. Nathan Strange/AP/File
'The Thumb' by Cesar Baldaccini rises out of the sand in Linyi, China, in Aug. 2010. Wenn.com/Newscom/File
Andreas Cooper (l.) and Jackson Wynd (c.) interact with '#2 Pencil' and its creator Jon McIntosh on Jan. 15 during the opening of Sculpture Key West, an open-air exhibition of artwork installed in three venues in Key West, Fla. Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/AP
A supersized shuttlecock sculpture stands at Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Mo. Richard Cummins/Newscom/File
A woman sits on an oversized sculpture of a purse in Melbourne, Australia, in 2008. Zumapress/Newscom/File
A gigantic kinetic flower sculpture entitled 'Floralis Generica' by Eduardo Catalano stands in Buenos Aires in 2001. DanitaDelimont.com/Newscom/File
A visitor looks at Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen's sculpture 'Apple Core' (1992) in the Turbine Hall of the Tate Modern, London, in 2008. Felipe Trueba/UPPA/Photoshot/Newscom/File
An outburst of violence in recent days between the Dinka and the Nuer in Sudan could portend civil war in the country, officials warned Wednesday. President Salva Kiir accuses rival Riek Macharf of sparking the violence, but says he is willing to begin a dialogue.
South Sudan's army said it had lost control of the flashpoint town of Bor on Wednesday, its first acknowledged reversal in three days of clashes between rival groups of soldiers that have triggered warnings of a slide into civil war.