This artist has created a headdress made with collectible cabbages

The sensational headdress, created from Coles collectables, was created by Melbourne's drag queen Art Simone (pictured)

An Australian drag queen has designed an elaborate headdress with the full range of collectible toys from Coles.

And as an additional touch of drama, the spectacular creation has been topped with two small baskets and a dramatic necklace formed with plastic bags.

The sensational work was created by Melbourne's drag queen, Art Simone, a performer who holds the prestigious title of Melbourne Drag Interpreter of the Year 2018.

"I am well known for making fabulous hats and hats with unconventional objects (sponges, toys, food, hair sculptures) so as soon as I saw Coles drop the collectibles I started imagining a fabulous helmet!" Ms. Simone told FEMAIL.

The sensational headdress, created from Coles collectables, was created by Melbourne's drag queen Art Simone (pictured)

The sensational headdress, created from Coles collectables, was created by Melbourne's drag queen Art Simone (pictured)

The Coles Collectables range featured 30 brands of home products, including Vegemite, Nutella and Weet-Bix, all reduced to perfect miniature replicas

The Coles Collectables range featured 30 brands of home products, including Vegemite, Nutella and Weet-Bix, all reduced to perfect miniature replicas

The Coles Collectables range featured 30 brands of home products, including Vegemite, Nutella and Weet-Bix, all reduced to perfect miniature replicas

In order to make sure he had enough "collectables" to make his artwork, the award-winning artist dragged the call to his fans and friends who had been collecting during the past few weeks.

Ms. Simone said the response had been incredible, with people taking the minis to their drag shows and putting them all over Australia.

And even though it took weeks to gather everything he needed to realize his vision, the glowing helmet only took a day to form.

"The idea is to have a complete outfit with them too, but I could not wait any longer because I wanted to start creating! (I'm still collecting to fully realize my vision of a complete fabulous dress!)

"It's wonderful," he said of the final result.

"I call it" the people's headdress, "since it united so many people throughout Australia to help me put it together."

Art Simone (photo on left and right) is an award-winning artist based in Melbourne

Art Simone (photo on left and right) is an award-winning artist based in Melbourne

Art Simone (photo on left and right) is an award-winning artist based in Melbourne

And as expected, the image has hit social networks in a frenzy with almost 10,000 people who like the photo at the time of writing.

Currents of stunned fans have called Ms. Simone's work "amazing". and many more have left comments praising her for her efforts.

One person wrote: & # 39; The best use of these things I've seen. You're extraordinary ".

"It's literally the best! I can not believe you did not start until Tuesday!" Another intervened.

The giant supermarket giant Coles launched its Little Shop campaign in July

The giant supermarket giant Coles launched its Little Shop campaign in July

The giant supermarket giant Coles launched its Little Shop campaign in July

Australian supermarket giant Coles launched its Little Shop campaign in July. The campaign ended on August 28.

Presented 30 household brands, including Vegemite, Nutella and Weet-Bix, all reduced to perfect miniature replicas.

Customers were given the option of receiving a mini collectable at check-out for every $ 30 spent on groceries in the supermarket chain.

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