Thursday, October 25, 2012
Photo: Someone built new Seattle arena out of butter
The city of Seattle is currently trying to lure an NBA franchise back to King County. One of the ways with which they are trying to do that is by constructing a brand new arena. Well, the fine folks at Seattle-based company Darigold did their part in helping by commissioning butter sculptor Linda Christensen to create a rendering of what they envision the new venue might look like.
The tasty sculpture is made from a 110-pound block of butter and took Christensen more than 15 hours to complete. I can only imagine the amount of drooling that might take place if Paula Dean catches wind of this.
"Of course, we don’t know what the actual arena will eventually look like or where it might be,” confessed Seth Godwin, senior product manager for Darigold.
The truth is that no one knows what the new Sodo arena is going to look like, but color me as one who favors the "Butterdome".
Via Seattle Post-Intelligencer.