A Japanese artist has a artful use for straw left over after rice harvests — dinosaur sculptures.
Amy Goda is reportedly the artist in the back of the sculptures, crafting them out of wood frames and rice straw for the Wara Art Festival.
The Huge creations are impressively precise and nice for photograph ops.
Take A Look At Goda’s sculptures below.
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