Eskil Rønningsbakken: handstand on stacked chairs on top of Kjeragbolten; handstand on a trapeze suspended from a hot-air balloon; balancing on a bike with no hands on a platform on the edge of Trollveggen. [more inside]
Chris Booth Sculpture: "Booth always creates his sculptures for specific sites. They are inspired by and honour each site’s local history, mythology and cultures and require intensive research, and consultation with local indigenous people. Usually gigantic in proportion, these phenomenal sculptures are amazing feats of engineering and balance ..." (via Ursi's Blog)
I have no idea what you're talking about, so here's a dog with a horse mask on its head.
Bill Dan likes to balance rocks. He is not alone - many others ply the art of rock balancing, simply for the pleasure of the act and hoping to surprise and delight future wanderers who chance upon them. As in many art forms, it's hard to compete with the mastery of nature's hand.