LOOK: Confusing Cotton Bowl sculpture of a Tiger
|Saturday, December 29, 2018, 2:01 PM- -|
Goodyear once again has made some very realistic statues for the teams to promote the yearly Cotton Bowl Classic.
The two 2018 statues are of a Tiger and a Notre Dame mascot and were composed of 375 Goodyear-branded tires and 3,200 hidden screws, weighing over 350 pounds, and took more than an amazing 500 hours to complete.
The items are artistically beautiful but it appears that the artist doesn't know what a Tiger looks like or what color it should be. The black Tiger statue appears to be some type of bear or porcupine mix or possibly a panther. I personally don't see a Tiger but maybe some type of werewolf from the vampire movie Twilight.
.@Goodyear always produces killer tire sculptures ahead of the @CottonBowl.— Marty Smith (@MartySmithESPN) December 27, 2018
This year's models were crafted from more than 375 Goodyear-branded tires and 3,200 hidden screws, weigh between 350-400 pounds, and took more than 500 hours to complete.
Super cool. pic.twitter.com/r6Ya7d5atD