Worried you’ll be lost forever? Don’t be! 98% of maze goers make it out within 30 days or less, and we find the rest when we harvest in November…
Rainbows, Kittens, and Killer Baby Unicorns Corn Maze
Why, you ask? Because kittens are cute, rainbows with smiles are adorable, narwals and tiny baby rhinos are amazing, and unicorns are…UNICORNS! And what could make a unicorn even more awesome than its already amazing self? If it was a Killer BABY Unicorn. Obviously.
Inspirations for the 2016 corn maze
This year’s maze is based on all of the amazingly cute things we can find on the Internet: cupcakes with faces! Ninja Kitties! NARWALS NARWALS NARWALSNARWALSNARWALSNARWALSNARWALSNARWALSNARWALS
And Unicorns. So many ways to describe unicorns: adorable, beautiful, menacing, bloodthirsty…
- Narwals because they are the unicorns of the sea
- A tiny baby rhino because rhinos are real-life unicorns
- Kitties because they are funny and there would be no internet without them. These kitties are ninjas.
- Rainbows because they go with unicorns, and also are symbols of gender-diversity
- The unicorn is wearing an infinity symbol, which is a symbol of neurodiversity
- Art Inspiration: This year I experimented with a cute, cartoony style, inspired by the Japanese art style “Kawaii” (meaning “cute”. )
Unicorns are elegant, beautiful, mythical creatures. They have been the subject of art, literature, and legends for hundreds of years.
But here’s the thing: they are also terrifying, because they can stab you with their heads…
Curious how we create the maze each year? Check it out…