Watch George Strait’s Face Become Pumpkin Art

Watch George Strait’s Face Become Pumpkin Art

Not only has George Strait’s face been immortalized on a bronze plaque in the Country Music Hall of Fame, but now his likeness has been captured on the choicest of Halloween media: a pumpkin.

In honor of George’s Las Vegas Residency, AXS Studios commissioned artists Jon Neill to carve the King of Country’s face into a pumpkin—complete with his trademark cowboy hat—while George’s hits played in the background, including “We Really Shouldn’t Be Doing This” and “Write This Down.”

Watch the pumpkin transform into George in the 60-second clip below.

 

photo and video by AXS Studios

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