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01/26/2015 05:15 pm ET Updated Jan 26, 2015

A 17-Foot Bobblehead And Other Things You'll Find Backstage At 'Conan'

Katla McGlynn

If society collapses tomorrow, future civilizations might think a red-headed God once lived in Burbank, California.

In addition to having a digital fan art gallery dedicated to Conan O'Brien fan art -- Coco MOCA -- the people behind the scenes at "Conan" host a wealth of cool artwork where they shoot the TBS show.

During a recent visit to a "Conan" taping at Warner Bros. Studios, my tour of the set felt more like a visit to an art museum -- albeit, a very specific one. If you ever get a chance to walk around backstage, visit the Team Coco Digital offices or sit inside "The Greener Room" (aka the green room for guests) you'll find yourself surrounded by paintings, sculptures and, most noticeably, a 17-foot-tall bobblehead likeness of Coco himself.

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Backstage 'Conan' Art
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