Forget jack-o’-lanterns—check out these giant, polka-dotted pumpkins. Artist Yayoi Kusama is known for covering objects in polka dots. Two of her pumpkin sculptures are displayed on a small remote island in Japan called Naoshima Island.

With their bright colors and funky spots, the sculptures stand out against a backdrop of sea and sky. The island, nicknamed Japan’s “art island,” also has two major galleries. Only 3,000 people live on Naoshima Island, but thousands of visitors travel from far and wide to see the artwork.