Giant Monkey Sculpture Made from Thousands of Flip Flops

by , 11/08/10

Flip flop monkey, Flip flops, art, sculptures, recyclable materials, pixel show, sao paolo, brazil, brazilian art

A group of students in Sao Paulo, Brazil, recently constructed a giant monkey out of thousands of flip-flops! Designed for the Pixelshow 2010 this fun sculpture currently lies innocently in a local park ready to amuse and entertain passersby on their daily strolls. And if you’re concerned about the final destination of all this colorful footwear, don’t worry – it’s almost summertime in São Paolo, and plenty of people are ready to trade in their boots for something more breathable.

Via Blue Ant Studio

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  1. » Karštas savait... May 29, 2011 at 4:05 pm

    […] kaip ši miela, bet pavargusi beždžionė iš flip flopsų, kurią jumoro jausmo nestokojantys brazilų studentai sudėliojo San Paule. Buvom Kaune, lakstėm po Vilnių, mažai miegojom, daug ką nešiojom, sutikom nuostabių […]

  2. Nonya March 10, 2011 at 7:16 am

    Do you realize how may underprivledged Kids in Haiti could use some Flip Flops!

  3. Antant March 1, 2011 at 5:36 pm

    Are you saying that the sculpture will be used as footwear at some point in the future.How is this recycling? These look like a new product simply repurposed.

  4. Hillaryclinton February 22, 2011 at 9:11 am

    just what did this teach them, don’t wear flip flops from china

  5. ALEXXXXX November 9, 2010 at 7:28 am


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