Now this is art we can like.
Believe it or not, the sculpture you see here began life as a fully-functional 1953 Volkswagen Beetle.
But then 50-year-old Indonesian artist Ichwan Noor got hold of it.
We’re not entirely sure how he managed to make such a perfect circle – probably with lots of welding, bending and swearing – but it’s not the first time Noor has disfigured a Beetle in the name of art.
He previously ‘built’ a cube-shaped Beetle.
What’s next? A triangle?
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