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Thank God the Piranha Plant is Not Real

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Jamie Margary has a talented, yet horrifying imagination. He somehow took a simple character from the cute Mushroom Kingdom and made it as evil as he could. Up top is his vision of what a Piranha Plant would look like in real life and is made out of acrylics, clay and some wire. Sure, the carnivorous plant is only included in the game to kill our beloved plumber(s), and it is not some attractive videogame star. But why does it have to be so scary?

Destructoid were the guys who found the frighting images of the 80s icon, but they told their readers it wouldn’t give them nightmares. I for one can’t lie, and I’m pretty sure you’re gonna have a hard time sleeping the next time you lay down on your bed. With all that said, I really love the uvula is in a position like the plant is screaming, it gives it a much more terrifying look.

After the jump, check out the rest of the pictures and a quick movie on how Jamie made the plant.

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3 Responses to “Thank God the Piranha Plant is Not Real”


  1. That is both terrifying and utterly awesome.


  2. That is both terrifying and utterly awesome.


  3. That is both terrifying and utterly awesome.

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