The location was kept quiet, so it slipped by at the time, but the Netflix show Stranger Things commissioned a piece of crop art last summer to promote its new season. Artist Stan Herd worked with the show’s art director Kyra Roesle as well as locals as young as 12 years old to create the art in 10 days in the summer heat.

It was located at Woodland, just west SR331 on the Clyde and Tamera James farm. Tim Bean of located it from hints and clues in the promotion video.

The art grew out in a few weeks and is gone entirely now.

Click the image below to be taken to the location in Google Maps.