The Internet is boiling after this giant spider suddenly appeared under a bridge in Vancouver, Canada.
This is what the local TV channel writes CTV News Vancouver.
According to the channel, the huge spider, which can cause bubbles of fear in anyone and everyone, appeared under the bridge on Wednesday evening.
– It will scare you!
The spider is said to be larger than a human being, and it hangs out under a bridge not far from the skytrain station in the Canadian city.
– If you’ve never seen it, it will probably scare you, he writes City news everywhere.
Local news anchor 604 is now Vancouver He writes that “everyone is horrified” by the city’s latest grant.
It’s supposed to be an art installation, done by an artist who goes by the name Junko Playtime.
– See fears in the eyes
The statue is attached to the stone wall using yellow ropes and metal chains. A red light flashes in the center of the body.
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The artist himself shared photos of his work InstagramWhere he writes: “Phobia. It’s time to face the fear.”
The technical installation did not go unnoticed, and many train passengers took part in it reddit To share his feelings about the shocking scene:
– I love him. But I have a feeling people with arachnophobia wouldn’t, one writes.
– The live nonsense scared me!
– We really hate it, replies another.
– I thought I was on a subtopic about insects, and had a heart attack, writes tertiary.
Many people suggest simply burning the bridge to get rid of the sight of a spider.
– this is not true! writes another.
– I saw it, and shit scared me, writes one person.
– This is actually a sadist, someone writes.
Someone compares it to the pet of Harry Potter character Gigrid, the giant spider-creature Aragog.
– Farewell, friend of Gigrid, the person writes.
The artist, who lives in Montreal, did not respond to media inquiries.
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Known for making art from recycled items, Junko Playtime also has two ant sculptures outside a Vancouver art gallery.
The ant sculptures are part of an art festival and will remain until March 31, according to CTV News. It is unknown if Project Spider was undertaken on a private initiative, or if it was ordered by the City of Vancouver.
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