De Montfort University art graduate's giant thumbs-up to Trafalgar Square



Trafalgar Square's fourth plinth has been adorned with a piece of art created by former DMU graduate and Turner Prize nominee, David Shrigley.
The giant thumbs-up is the latest sculpture to grace the central London tourist hot-spot.
It was unveiled this morning by London mayor Sadiq Khan, who joked: "I am 5'6", so of course we wanted to find the tallest piece of art - and the tallest artist - we could."
David, whose parents live in Oadby, was also the man behind "the world's scariest" football mascot, Partick Thistle's Kingsley.
Shrigley's much-talked about mascot,... read more

 
29 September 2016 in Regional East, Views: 33
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