Dozens of Minnestoa Residents Lie Down To Create This GIANT Cecil The Lion Picture

From left, Stuart Alger and Kim Wolston, both of St. Paul, arranged black tarp to form part of John Quigley's aerial art of Cecil the Lion using humans, black tarp and flags in St. Paul Minn. on Saturday August 15, 2015.

From left, Stuart Alger and Kim Wolston, both of St. Paul, arranged black tarp to form part of John Quigley’s aerial art of Cecil the Lion using humans, black tarp and flags in St. Paul Minn. on Saturday August 15, 2015. (photo from StarTribune)

Dozens of Minnesota came together and lie down to protest the trophy hunting by creating a human picture of Cecil the Lion outside of the Conway Community Center in St. Paul. The lion was created by Saint Paul native John Quigley.

The layout of John Quigley's aerial art of Cecil the Lion using humans, black tarp and flags in St. Paul Minn. on Saturday August 15, 2015.

From left, Brenda Spencer, of Rosemount, and Ursula Ostrowski, of Apple Valley, looked up at drones while waiting in position forming the letter "T" as part of John Quigley's aerial art of Cecil the Lion using humans, black tarp and flags in St. Paul Minn. on Saturday August 15, 2015.

It would be awesome if Google satellite happens to be doing their 2015 update of the map so we can see this from space but it is highly unlikely as you will need insider knowledge when google does their satellite mapping updates. Here’s the picture of the lion picture. This type of art is known as aerial art meant to be seen from the sky.(credit: CBS)

OriginalSource:

http://minnesota.cbslocal.com/2015/08/15/dozens-protest-trophy-hunting-with-human-picture-of-cecil-the-lion/

Photo credits: http://www.startribune.com/gallery-making-art-to-honor-cecil-the-lion/321965501/

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