It can be safely assumed that when you see a giant wolf on top of a car, you stop and look. Puppet Farm decided to put this thought into practice when they mounted a giant fake wolf on top of a car in Minneapolis.
For context, Puppet Farm is a group interested in collaborative eco-art projects. The car in Minneapolis featured a giant wolf for the sake of the cause, as there was a bumper sticker on the back of the car that read, "When Jesus said, ‘Love your enemies,’ I think he probably meant don’t eat them."
A giant car-roof wolf is certainly a way to draw some attention! Check out the stuffed beast by Puppet Farm above.
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