Dogs are taking over the Las Vegas Strip.
The display at the Waterfall Atrium is highlighted by a 16-foot tall Chinese Shar-Pei, named Vincenzo Li to connect the Italian theme of the resorts and the holiday.
There are nine other Chinese Shar-Pei dogs places throughout the resorts, along with a hidden bunny. The Chinese Shar-Pei was chosen because it symbolizes good fortune and protection.
Dana Beatty, executive director of floral and horticulture at the resorts, said in a statement that it took 10 months and 86 artists to create the installation. The team also brought in a feng shui master to consult on the display.
Chinese New Year is Feb. 16. The display will be up through the beginning of March.