David Černý is a Czech sculptor, whose works can be seen in many locations, above all in Prague. His works tend to be controversial. He gained notoriety in 1991 by painting pink a Soviet tank that served as a war memorial in central Prague. As the Monument to Soviet tank crews was still a national cultural monument at that time, his act of civil disobedience was considered "hooliganism" and he was briefly arrested.
Another of Cerny's conspicuous contributions to Prague is "Tower Babies," a series of cast figures of crawling infants attached to Žižkov Television Tower.
“Pink Tank” (“Růžový tank”), 1991. The Prague monument was originally repainted illegaly as street-performance, later was the monument released and the tank became a part of exposition of Historic Military Museum
“The Hanging Man” (“Viselec”), Statue of Sigmund Freud hanging by one hand. 1997
“Babies” at Žižkov TV tower, 2000
“100 Grams of Tank” ("Deset deka tanku"), 2001. Originally proposed for Prague, but the placement wasn't approved. The work is placed in Lázně Bohdaneč since 2001. In 2008 August 21st was illegaly placed in Prague for one day. (Deset deka, or "10 decagrams" = "100 grams" is a common Czech phrase for a typical shopping amount of candies, cookies, etc.)