Amusement parks are large and dramatic. They take up lots of space, on the ground and up high into the sky. Sometimes they feature topless humanoid cows. But at the end of the day, they’re mostly just metal, shaped into roller-coaster tracks and ferris-wheel cars.

The Glue Society’s James Dive took all that metal and turned it into this:

Each side of this cube measures four meters — just over 13 feet.

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Dive told Creative Review:

Creating [it] was undoubtedly the most violent process I’ve ever embarked upon.

Which stands to reason, since you’re crunching an entire amusement park down to something smaller than my apartment. Hopefully everyone got off the rides first.

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