Jim Henson and Kermit the Frog memorial bench at the University of Maryland
Jim Henson won his fame for the Muppets, a puppet show known all over the world. His memorial bench was founded by the university society to tribute their former student. The statue was unveiled on the day of Jim Henson’s 67th birthday.
John Lennon memorial bench in Havana
The Beatles’ legend, John Lennon sculpture is made of bronze, but what’s interesting, his iconic glasses are real. There’s also a marble tile with a Spanish translation of one the most famous lyrics by Lennon: You may say I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one.
Michael Jackson memorial bench at the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens in New York
This legendary musician’s bench was established by his dedicated fans as an expression of their gratitude and appreciation for all he has done for music.
Pablo Picasso memorial bench in Malaga, Spain
A bronze statue commemorates one of the world’s greatest artists. It is located in city centre of Malaga, Picasso’s hometown.
Albert Einstein memorial bench at California Polytechnic State University
The world’s most famous scientist sculpture was created as an inspiration to young scientists, chemists, physicists, biologists and all passers-by.
Mark Twain memorial bench
This life size bronze statue is a part of a series of sculptures and this great writer was commemorated among other exceptional artists, writers, scientist and musicians.
Thomas Jefferson memorial bench in Williamsburg, Virginia
A sculpture depicts the third president of United States, writing the Declaration of Independence.
George Washington memorial bench at the George Washington University
A bronze statue of George Washington was created on the campus and it’s a new addition to university named after the first U.S. president.