Giant pink paper hearse alert

New York designer Paul Sahre has brought his sleeve artwork for They Might Be Giants to life on a grand scale with a video featuring a gigantic pink paper hearse. And you can make your own

New York designer Paul Sahre has brought his sleeve artwork for They Might Be Giants to life on a grand scale with a video featuring a gigantic pink paper hearse. And you can make your own

Sahre designed a series of sleeves and iTunes graphics for TMBG last year one of which featured said purple hearse. The band then asked him to recreate the monster vehicle for real for a video to promote their forthcoming tour.

Fans can download a PDF of the artwork here make their own – either a table-top version or the full ‘life-size’ 12 foot tall model – and post the results to YouTube.

 

 

 

 

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