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Thai Sculptor Transforms Scrap Cars Into Massive Transformer Sculptures

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What is it about Transformers that gets people so juiced up? I don’t know, but maybe it’s all of those hours watching the animated series back when we were all kids. Check out these massive Transformers sculptures that measure between 8 and 19 feet-tall. 

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These gigantic Autobot art pieces were created from recycled automobile and truck parts by Thailand-based Anchalee Saengtai and her team for Ripley’s Believe it or Not. They’ve already unveiled a Bumblebee statue in San Antonio, while the Optimus Primus statue is currently in San Francisco. Throughout this summer, more sculptures will be added to the New York City, London, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and Jeju Island locations.

anchalee saengtai sculptures transformers gigantic enormous ripleys robots

You’ll be able to see these sculptures at various Ripley’s attractions around the world this summer to coincide with the release of Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon.

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[via Wired]



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