Being angry all the time is tiring, so Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) has to sleep somewhere, right? For some reason, I pictured him sleeping on the ground like an animal. But that couldn’t be further from the truth.

In a new exhibit called Marvel: Creating the Cinematic Universe, Hulk’s bed from Thor: Ragnarok is (for some reason) on display, and it’s the most ridiculous thing you’ve ever seen. I feel like this is the kind of bed a paleontologist’s kid would have, not a gargantuan angry monster who can easily lift a car.

But Hulk likes cool decor, too, you know? If he wants a giant skull bed frame, let him have it. I certainly won’t begrudge the strongest and angriest Avenger for doing something different. Maybe the skull makes him feel strong. Maybe it was a past pet.

I can only imagine how Bruce Banner would react were he to awake in that bed. At least the Grandmaster (Jeff Goldblum) treats Hulk well, what with the green giant being a gladiator who fights for the Grandmaster’s pleasure. You don’t know comfort like a bed inside of a giant skull.

If you find yourself lucky enough to check out the exhibit, which is currently at Australia’s Queensland Art Gallery, you’ll get to check out more than 500 artworks and pieces from Marvel and its movies. Sadly, visitors are forbidden from taking naps on Hulk’s skull bed.

Thor: Ragnarok (feat. Hulk’s bed) hits theaters on November 3.