Using recycled figures, and environmentally friendly materials, Madame Tussaud's London unveiled their newest version of Prince Charles this week. The museum undertook many unusual steps to ensure that this figure used as little resources as possible to make. The artisans worked only in the daytime as to not use electricity, and rode bicycles to work instead of driving. They even planted trees to make up for the little amount of waste they did create. All this to honor Charles' stance on the environment. I did not know he had such a position, but I guess he's the British Al Gore.
Although this picture looks a tad creepy. Nevertheless, great job using organic bees wax and Charles' former figure.
Visit the Madame Tussaud's London website here.
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