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Art, Strange

Art: Strange Tire Elephants

Life is great. After decades of exploring cyberspace, we can still find new beautiful strange things like this almost every day.

From @artsloyal on Instagram.

Another angle from @modernartt

Who knows where this sculpture is located?

I haven’t found this one yet, but here’s another:

Nashville artist Alex Lockwood of Elephant Gallery created an absolutely incredible life-sized sculpture of an Asian elephant out of recycled tires. The Elephant Sanctuary in Hohenwald, Tennessee hosted a drive to collect used tires from the local community. This wonderful rubber pachyderm was revealed on World Elephant Day 2017 and sits in front of the Elephant Discovery Center at the Sanctuary.

(Via LaughingSquid)

As long as they don’t become breeding grounds for mosquitoes, I’d like to see hundreds of these popping up all over the place. So cool.

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