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Scary picture prank of a big dog monster in form of an origami dragon. This fragile sculpture was folded from local newspapers.

This picture was created by my bravest friend epSos.de and can be used for free, if you link epSos.de as the original author of the image.

Folding toys from paper is considered art in Japan, so that this horrific dragon dog is far better for the newspapers than recycling.

Sometimes it becomes alive to scare the bricks out of old people and progenitors.

Thank you for sharing this picture with your friends !

stragesv3, and 78 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. Heloisa Madela 66 months ago | reply

    Crazzzyyyyy man!

  2. simon5o5 60 months ago | reply

    Good utilisation of the news

  3. Fuzzyol 60 months ago | reply

    Hey! I need some photos for a job in the University. Can I use it?. Thank you!

  4. miss sora 58 months ago | reply

    Where is this photo from?
    Are you the artist? Do you know the artist?

    We are having an art show in Australia and one of our artists used this image for inspiration. We need permission from the original artist to show the work.
    It is a very important piece in our show

    Please reply as soon as possible,


  5. Bronia sawyer 56 months ago | reply

    this is great love it :)

  6. The Gurch 25 49 months ago | reply

    it is brilliant!!!

  7. coltonbebop 49 months ago | reply

    Freaking amazing

  8. the Dungeon Dragon 47 months ago | reply

    That is absolutely breath taking! the Dungeon Dragon

  9. TheWritersExpt 34 months ago | reply

    Hi epSos.de!

    I used this picture for one of my blog posts here: thewritersexperiment.blogspot.com/2012/06/keeping-drafts-...
    Credit is given in the caption below and it also links back to this page so other people can enjoy your work.


    Sarah @ The Writer's Experiment

  10. Dotpedia 28 months ago | reply

    Absolutely amazing! I only wish I could have seen this in real life.

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