NZ artist designing tomb with 18,000 Anzac biscuits

New Zealand artist Kingsley Baird is using 18,000 Anzac biscuits to build a tomb depicting World War I soldiers.
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Kiwi artist Kingsley Baird is building a World War I memorial out of Anzac biscuits. The Wellington-based artist says the ‘mass grave’ will depict soldiers from Australia, New Zealand, France and Germany and will be exhibited in European museums.

‘It is really important that it gets people to reflect on the war, on sacrifice, on the consumption of servicemen and -women in conflict,’ Baird told AAP.

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