If you thought poking fun at zany actor Nicolas Cage was just the preserve of the Internet, think again: now the world’s most famous living meme has gone offline to feature on a ginormous bouncy castle.
The ludicrous ‘Nicolas Cage in a Cage’ attraction will allow visitors to jump around, hug or punch a giant effigy of the thespian. “Throughout internet history, we’ve seen Nicolas Cage lose his shit and be everyone, but we’ve never seen Nicolas Cage in a cage,” says Barcelona-based art collective Hungry Castle, who are debuting their inflatable installation at Splendour musical festival in Australia this month before a world tour. “
Nicolas, if you're reading this. We'd love to get you inside your own Nicolas Cage in a cage,” said Killian Cooper, art director of Hungry Castle, whose previous work was a giant inflatable head of singer Lionel Richie.