A new art installation has brought suits of armor into a Manhattan park.

Fort Tryon Park's "Armors" by Iceland-based artist Steinunn Thorarinsdottir features three human-like figures that appear to be speaking with the suits of armor.

The inspiration came from the Arms and Armors galleries at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

The outdoor installation lets New Yorkers get up close and personal with the works.

"It's been an opportunity for New Yorkers to interact with these suits of armor they have been seeing in the Met, in Gallery 371 since their parents were little," said Molly Krause, the artist's spokesperson.

Each piece is made from aluminum, and was cast from a 3D scan.

The exhibit at Fort Tryon Park is on display through September.