Giant Odaiba Unicorn Gundam Nearly Complete

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Those saddened by the removal of the giant Gundam in Odaiba back in March will surely be pleased to know that the gigantic Unicorn Gundam meant to be erected in its place is nearly complete, bound to represent Japan’s diehard obsession with giant mechs as well as the beloved Gundam franchise.

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  • Anonymous commented on August 19, 2017 17:08

    Are they building something across from the unicorn? I see its legs.. will it be the sinanju? Would be sweet. Maybe either banshee or the kshtariya even?... More

  • Anonymous commented on August 19, 2017 01:05

    https://mobile.twitter.com/ShonanPai/media Updated construction photos. Also there was already a video showing the horn splits.... More


Odaiba’s Gundam Statue Time Lapse Deconstruction

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The beloved life-sized RX-78-2 Gundam statue in Odaiba has unfortunately been taken down, a time lapse video of its last few days has been released online as a final farewell to the astounding work of art – though fans need not be sad for long as a life-sized Unicorn Gundam has been slated to be built in its place.

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  • Anonymous commented on March 27, 2017 01:54

    Kinda sucks that they took it down, but at least another one will be taking it's place. Disney or Universal should open discussion with Bandai, try acquiring it for one of their theme parks. Hell, it'd... More

  • Anonymous commented on March 26, 2017 08:44

    Statue, statue... where is the kickstarter for a real one.... More


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A digital art exhibit in Odaiba has been redefining what many think about boorish art exhibits with its innovation in interactivity, allowing attendees to not only physically walk into the art itself but also giving them the opportunity to procedurally alter it.

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  • Anonymous commented on July 31, 2016 19:51

    Is this sarcastic? how is this not "modern art" in the same sense as those other simplistically abstract "art" pieces? And how can people enjoy it? I've been to things like these, and they're boring. ... More

  • Anonymous commented on July 31, 2016 19:47

    This has been done hundreds of times before. After the initial novelty wears off, it's boring. It's boring because it's not art.... More


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