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This Lion Sculpture Is Made out of Tires: I Said Tire Iron, Not Tire Lion!

by Conner Flynn
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This lion sculpture is made entirely out of old shredded tires by artist Yong Ho Ji and was spotted by Redditor m1keyth while at the Beyond Limits sculpture expo in Chatsworth, UK. All I can say is that lions look awesome made from tires. I’d love to see a dragon now too.
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Who knew that tire art could look this good? We should be making tire sculptures everywhere just to stop them from going to the landfills. At least we know that if this lion ever comes to life, it is going to be able to get a firm grip on you with its claws, even in the rain.

I would hate to be the guy who has to Armor All this sucker. That would be an all day job.

You can check out numerous other awesome tire sculptures over on Yong Ho Ji’s website.

[via Geekologie]

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