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Wooden Wall-E: How Many Trees Had to Die?

by Lambert Varias

Disney commissioned UK-based sculptors and a group called Morpheus Prototypes to build this wooden sculpture of Wall-E as a gift for Pixar/Disney Chief Creative Officer John Lasseter.

woodywall_e

Here’s a closer look:

wall_ecloseup

I don’t know anything about woodworking or sculpting, so I’ll leave it up to you guys to think of how long it could have taken to build this and how much it’s worth.

[via Neatorama]




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Comments (7):

  1. Keron Calame says:

    Pretty Awesome I must say

  2. While we are flattered to be included on your blog I must set the record straight… unfortunately Morpheus Prototypes did not create this wooden Wall-e. It is a beautiful model and we don’t want to take credit for another master craftsman’s work.
    Sincerely,
    Haryn De Leon
    Director of Marketing
    Morpheus Prototypes, LLC

  3. wall art says:

    Oh, this is a sad reality. There are a lot of trees that have to die just to create a wooden art. A lot of people didn’t have a time to change every tree that they cut that’s why our government are really strict in this kind of case.

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