As part of the Institute of Environmental Art and Design at Nanhua University in Taiwan, it's not surprising that student Li Yi-Kai created a less destructive and more environmentally friendly version of the Godzilla monster.
Remarkably, the mini Godzilla is made from fallen leaves and plants that he collected around campus. Although he seems to shrug off the process of assembling the leafy Godzilla, stating that it was "pretty easy to make," there's a lot of careful shaping and amazing placement that gives the monster a scaly texture.
To give Godzilla a worthy opponent, Yi-Kai also created a leafy version of King Ghidorah, the three-headed creature that Godzilla faces in the film. Ghidorah seems to be a work in progress, but now that's he's been given legs, watch out, Godzilla.
Leafy Monster Sculptures
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