Rafael Gomezbarros Creates Giant Monument-Eating Bugs

By: Rachel Bowman - Published: Mar 12, 2010 • References: rafaelgomezbarros.blogspot & yatzer
If you don't do well with creepy crawlies, this may not be the right post for you. Artist Rafael Gomezbarros knows how to creep people out, creating 1,300 giant ants that love to crawl all over important monuments.

The ant-attacked architecture this time is the National Congress of Columbia, and is meant as a comment about immigration. While I don't mind ants, I don't think I'd be OK with 1,300 giant ones crawling around. Luckily these are fake, so take a look at this ant-attacked architecture! Stats for Ant-Attacked Architecture Trending: Older & Chilly
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