>>29442188>great /k/ube, what's the story behind it anyways?
It's an anti-gun sculpture made out of deactivated guns by two North American artists, as a statement about violence, death, gun control etc. etc.
It resides in a Canadian art gallery called the Prince Of Wales Armory. The exhibit includes multimedia presentations about the aforementioned themes and whiteboards for patrons to leave messages on.
Naturally, /k/ found it and proclaimed it their god of violence, paranoia and military ingenuity, turning the whole idea on its' head and using it to glorify war instead.
More precise interpretations of what the Murder/k/ube does or stands for varies from person to person. It is generally accepted that pilgrimages are a good thing.
Last year there was a rumour it would be melted down, but this has been proven false.
Velcro patches depicting the /k/ube are available from /k/'s very own military surplus retailer, Nugget Enterprises.