J. Donald Hughes found this moai on a window in Salzburg, Austria, and provided the translation: Do you know how long I will look like this in the open air? (Billa Wonders of the Earth sticker-book).
The moai above was sighted by Mecke & Victoria Heussen in Black Rock Desert, Nevada. Part of an installation called Annunaki Watch (A Fire Inside), the moai was created by sculptor Matthew Welter of Timeless Sculptures for Burning Man 2013.
Antoinette and Veriamo spotted this wild print (by artist Daniel Samako) of Mickey Mouse on the Enchanted Tiki Island at WonderGround Gallery in Downtown Disney, Anaheim.
This dancing moai was spotted by Wayne Bernhardsen on a CD by Los Coronas, a Spanish surf rock band!
This moai was spotted by Suzanne Williams at at the Grand National Roadster Show in Pomona, CA, along with a classic VW Van with a small moai on the front.
Mark Oliver spotted this moai gazing out of a third story window towards the Roman colosseum in Arles, France.
This moai was sighted in the Santiago de Chile Airport in 2011 by Norma Barbacci.
These moai snowmen were sighted by Gillian Brodie in Canada.
A ”singing moai” was sighted by Barbara and Marks Hinton in Marble Falls, Texas. It is for sale ($12,500!).
This moai planter was sighted by William Adams in the small village of Newport in western Wales near Cardigan Bay.
This race car moai, complete with tangata manu designs, was by built Carter and Eric Hughes for the Cub Scout Pinewood Derby in Skillman, New Jersey (submitted by J. Donald Hughes).
This atrocious moai sighting was submitted by Hilary Scothorn, who happened upon the Rapanui-themed slot machine in a casino near Santa Fe, NM!
Above are two views of moai in a painted mural near the Colorado State campus, spotted by Dawn Wright.
This moai was sighted in a gift shop in Petaluma called HeeBee Jeebe by Mara Mulrooney.
(Everyone loves finding a moai! As you can see, the enigmatic figures are found all over the world. To submit a moai sighting, please email your image to books “at” islandheritage “dot” org with your name and where the moai was sighted.)