Yesterday, tipster Christine O'Heron sent us this picture of a strange creature on the corner of John and Adams Streets in DUMBO; it appears to be harmless to humans despite its intimidating stature. The piece is called, fittingly, "Yeti," and was made by artist Edina Tokodi, aka "Mosstika," who has a history of creating tongue-in-cheek living moss installations across various cities. Tokodi told us she made "Yeti" for this past weekend's Figment Fest on Governors Island, explaining, "after [Figment] we just decided to put 'him' out to a public space. There is only one yeti this time and he's going to be there as long as they let him to stay."
Giant Moss Yeti Sighting In DUMBO
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