A Treasure Hunt For Giant Wooden Troll Sculptures

Get ready to be enchanted by the magical world of Thomas Dambo’s troll sculptures! These gentle giants, made from reclaimed wood, branches, and other discarded materials, can be found scattered throughout the wild and along the coast of Australia.

A troll sculpture made from reclaimed wood

With their cool demeanor and cheerful expressions, encountering these larger-than-life mythical creatures is sure to bring a smile to your face.

While Dambo’s work can be found all over the world, his latest collection is on display in the Peel region of Western Australia as part of the Giants of Mandurah exhibition. Guests are encouraged to explore the natural environment in search of the six hidden trolls in this set.

Each sculpture features Dambo’s signature warm expressions and bright eyes, and is posed in a way that perfectly suits its surroundings. Don’t miss out on the chance to experience the wonder of these incredible works of art! Dambo, a talented artist, has created a fun and exciting way to connect kids with nature. He believes that if children grow up in the city, they might not have an interest in nature. To solve this problem, he has turned his sculptures into a game of hide-and-seek. By doing this, he hopes to attract younger viewers who spend most of their time in front of screens.

To complete the game, visitors must collect symbols from each troll, which will lead them to the "hidden" troll. This game is a great way to get kids excited about exploring nature and learning about the world around them.

However, there is some sad news. One of the Giants of Mandurah's six trolls was destroyed by a fire. Dambo and his team of dedicated volunteers put in a lot of time and effort into each sculpture, which can take up to 750 hours to complete. It's a shame to see their hard work go to waste, but we're sure they'll bounce back and create something even more amazing. img Are you tired of encountering trolls on the internet? Well, unfortunately, you may still come across a few of Dambo's trolls on the show until next November. But don't worry, even if you're not in the Peel region, you might stumble upon one of his quirky creations. Thanks to the Trollmap, you can easily pinpoint the locations of these mischievous creatures. So, keep your eyes peeled and your sense of humor ready for some troll hunting!

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