A few days ago, the Internet was flooded with images of a human-like angel, which was said to have fallen from the sky in London at around 1:50 pm on 27 July. The human-like figure appeared to be an elderly woman with wrinkles, sunspots and wings (like that of a chicken) attached to her back.
The photos hit the cyber space with the caption: "Real Life Fallen Angel Has Fallen From The Sky In London. Is this the end of the world?"
The news surfaced soon after NASA announced they had found Earth 2.0. However, this is not a sign from heaven showing the end of this world as the human-like angel is the creative installation of two artists, Sun Yuan and Peng Yu from Beijing, and was made using stainless steel, fibreglass, silica gel and woven mesh.
Interestingly, according to the website of the artists, the installation was unveiled in 2008, but it went viral on social media only a few days ago.
"Unbelievable, i wonder that if it did not die, what language it would speak. And where did it get the garments its wearing," asked a social media user after the images went viral.
"Angels are only spirit beings.. They have no physical bodies. Angels are neither white nor black," commented another person.
The other notable installation works of the artists include 'Old People's Home' and 'If I died'. Check out their other art installations HERE.