Filling what we can only assume is a niche market, art teacher Housetu Sato and his students at the Japan School of Wool Art created an enormous, slightly too realistic cat head of needle-felted wool. Created for an exhibit at the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Art, the woolen creation will be on display from April 18-23. Fully wearable, the cat head can transform an unassuming wool arts student into a terrifying cat-human hybrid, the likes of which should never be unleashed upon society.
Right now, this is the only one of these giant felted heads in existence. Sato has no plans to either mass produce or sell them. However, this is the Internet, so you know there's already a market for these. For now, the giant cat head will remain on display, where visitors can gawk at it. Sato did mention that he would consider renting it out. So if you have a formal event planned, you know who to contact.