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In a world where dunking your head in a vase full of Mountain Dew and screaming "I am art" is (probably) considered artistic, it's little surprise that this is garnering attention.

A sculpture consisting of 13 cars skewered onto a long pole is the latest sculpture at the Jiang Cheng Creative Culture Park in Wuhan, capital of central China's Hubei Province.

Made out of scrap cars, the sculpture stands at more than 10 meters high and is called Reborn. The creative park has been made out of 28 workshops belonging to a bankrupt former state-owned tractor factory. These abandoned factories have now been turned into artist studios.

Images: Rex

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