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Giant Chrome T-Rex Installed on the Seine River in Paris by Philippe Pasqua

July 8, 2013

Christopher Jobson

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Photo by Anthony Gelot

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Photo by Anthony Gelot

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Photo by Anthony Gelot

Artist Philippe Pasqua recently completed installation of an impressive Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton that now stands watch over the Seine river in Paris. The structure is made from 350 chrome molded bones and measures a full 21′ x 12′ (3m by 6m). Photographs above courtesy Anthony Gelot. If you liked this, also check out Huang Yong Ping’s stainless steel snake skeleton, Ressort.

 

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