Inspired by Rage Faces, a website that curates hilarious illustrations of emotional expressions, the 3D Forever Alone Statue happens to portray particularly hopeful one. Amid the tears streaming down its cartoonish face, this statue has a smile and look in its eyes that shows the promise of tomorrow and an acceptance of its lonely state.
Designed by Matt Scone and Sanden Henning, the Forever Alone Statue has been manually casted in resin and painted by hand. The first batch only consisted of 30 pieces in order for the creators to assess how much time and cost it would take to make them. Reaching seven inches high and weighing only one and a half pounds, the Forever Alone Statue would make a small and hilarious addition to any home or office workspace.
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