Montana Grocery Store Creates Giant Super Mario Bros Tribute Made Entirely From Soda Boxes
Orange Street Food Farm
A massive soda box installation, a window display paying tribute to Nintendo’s Super Mario Bros, has taken over the Orange Street Food Farm in Missoula, Montana.
The 20-feet long, 15-feet high artwork features Mario, Luigi, and Toad, three of the central characters in the long-running video game series. It took a team of workers more than six hours to create the giant exhibit.
“We have a Coca-Cola distributor who comes to us and creates these really interesting designs for us,” floor manager Austin Hughes told ABC News. “Mario came up last Tuesday and he's been hanging out ever since.”
Previous soda box installations at Orange Street Food Farm have included Batman and Superman logos to celebrate the release of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, and Jack Skellington from Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas.
We’re not sure how long the boys from Super Mario will be in residence at Orange Street Food Farm, so if you’re around Missoula, make sure to check it out before it’s gone.
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