That really bad portrait restoration is now available in statue form

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Everyone's favorite painting of Jesus crossed with a Capuchin monkey was so popular, Spain's churches have expanded the exhibit.

This time, restoration has ruined an even older, even bigger, even more artistically significant, and much more three-dimensional piece of art, says The New York Times. Say hello to the 16th-century wooden statue of St. George in Estella, Spain, less than a two-hour drive from its horribly botched cousin.

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