Michael Grab is a Colorado-based artist who puts the “rock” in Rocky Mountain State. For years, Garb created amazing works of art by balancing stones found throughout his home state. The sculptures serve as both a creative and therapeutic outlet for him. Garb describes the process behind balancing stones as meditative. It”s hard to make a bunch of strangely shaped stones come together as one if you”re not one with yourself.
Despite appearing to be a chill guy, Michael Garb is not someone you want to play Jenga with, that”s for sure. Take a look at some of his work below.
Michael Grab”s “Gravity Glue.”
That”s right, the glue is the gravity.
I don”t even think I could do that with real glue.
These are absolutely incredible.
How did he even get out there?
The artist with his art.
Jumping for joy or erasing his work? Either way, he”s earned the right.
Watch the video below to see how these incredible sculptures come to be.
Stone Balance Demonstration by Michael Grab (Gravity Glue) – 1410 – October 2014 – (Freehand Arch) from Michael Grab on Vimeo.
(via Gravity Glue, H/T demilked)
Good luck to any stone stackers who think they can balance rocks better than Michael Grab can. You”re going to need it. For more of Grab”s work, check out his website.