A Power Ranger Made Out of Power Rangers

Bandai Six Foot Tall Power Ranger

British artist Robert Bradford has created a six foot tall sculpture of a Power Ranger using more than 650 Bandai Power Ranger figures. Mr.Bradford was commissioned by Bandai to create the sculpture to mark the 20th anniversary of the Power Rangers brand. The six foot tall Power Ranger took more than 200 hours to complete and was built around a wooden frame. The Power Ranger sculpture was put on display at the London Toy Fair 2013, which ran from January 22nd to the 24th. Mr.Bradford has also created other works of art using toys. More of his works can be seen by visiting his official website.

The Power Rangers brand is perhaps best known for its live action TV series which have seen multiple iterations over the last 20 years. Based on the Japanese Super Sentai Series, the Power Rangers franchise first got its start in 1993, with the broadcasting of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers show.

Source: Kent News

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