I love the sculptures of Bruno Catalano, who was born in France in 1960 and who began sculpting at age 30. His sculptures defy logic and gravity, having large central sections missing. His works of negative space pull the viewer in by having the viewer fill in the blanks.
His most recent works have been on the theme of Travellers:
Or maybe you prefer the elephant sculptures of South African artist Andries Botha, made from driftwood and scrap timber:
..or of recycled tyres, from the same artist: