Teenagers Spent Almost Two Years Making Unicorn Gundam Out Of Cardboard

The anime version of Unicorn Gundam.
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High school students in Japan decided to bring the RX-O Unicorn Gundam to life.

The statue is for the school’s cultural arts festival. Twitter user Tosshii and some classmates worked together on the creation, which took about two years to finish.

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Here is the front:

And the back:

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As Kotaku previously reported, Bandai Namco built a life-size Gundam Unicorn in Tokyo’s Odaiba.

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