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Mario Sculpture Made out of Canned Food: Not One Filled with Cream of Mushroom Soup

by Conner Flynn

Yes we CAN! Most stores stack their food in the same old boring way, but there are some stores or should I say some people, that rise above the status quo and go above and beyond the call of duty – like the guys who set up Canstruction at the SouthCentre Mall in Calgary, Canada.

Obviously guys working on this exhibit really love a good game of Mario. Is it wrong that I want to see a Koopa shell knock this awesome sculpture down? Or see Toad’s Kart barrel into it? I hope someone topples this thing at the end of the exhibit. Is that mean? it’s not like the cans aren’t going to go to a good cause when they fall over – with all the canned goods going to the Calgary Inter-Faith Food Bank.

Anyway, it’s pretty awesome what some geeks can do with a few cans and a dream.

[via Geekologie via Obvious Winner]

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