Sculptures Made of Thousands of Wax Crayons to Raise Wildfire Awareness
The installation ‘Unwanted Visitor: Portrait of Wildfire’ is displayed outdoors at Texas’ National Ranching Heritage Center.
The sculptures are made of thousands of crayons to raise awareness of, and resemble, recent wildfires in the area, which has been affected by the drought.
Because the crayons are made of wax, the sculptures will melt and change shape in the blazing heat of Texas—turning the brightly-colored masterpieces into a gooey mess.
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