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Lookout! New Wilfrid Wood Statues

Just in time for winter, the adorably perverse Wilfrid Wood has taken over the town square with two new commissioned (by Nestle's Frosty Fruits!?) statues. Sculpted by Josh young, these memorial statues of 'Summer Madness' victims were erected in Melbourne and Sydney. Take a larger look at these tan-lined beauties celebrating the stupidity of the summer here. They kind of remind me of the Rugrats, but in the midst of a speed binge.

Just in time for winter, the adorably perverse Wilfrid Wood has taken over the town square with two new commissioned (by Nestle’s Frosty Fruits!?) statues. Sculpted by Josh Young, these memorial statues of ‘Summer Madness’ victims were erected in Melbourne and Sydney. Take a larger look at these tan-lined beauties celebrating the stupidity of the summer. They kind of remind me of the Rugrats, but in the midst of a speed binge.

Designed by Wilfrid Wood, sculpted by Josh Young

by Wilfrid Wood, Sculpted by Josh Young

by Wilfrid Wood, Sculpted by Josh Young

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