On a busy intersection in Rotterdam that separates the neighborhoods of Bospolder and Tussendijken, Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman placed his new artwork, which is a gigantic fox carrying a plastic bag, as part of a larger body of sculptural essays.

That area of the city is common to foxes to come out in the evening, so this giant 16-meter long “Bospolder Fox” pays homage to both city and nature, supposing that because many inhabitants of Rotterdam come from elsewhere, the city must, therefore, keep its gates open to nature, to newcomers, and to new perspectives.

Check out some pictures down below.

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