Now there's two phallic symbols in Trafalgar Square!': Hand with a giant thumbs-up sculpture designed to represent 'positivity' is unveiled on the fourth plinth... but not everyone is impressed

Now there's two phallic symbols in Trafalgar Square!': Hand with a giant thumbs-up sculpture designed to represent 'positivity' is unveiled on the fourth plinth... but not everyone is impressed
 

A giant hand with a thumbs-up has been unveiled as the new artwork occupying the fourth plinth at London's Trafalgar Square - and it is already dividing opinion.
Mayor Sadiq Khan unveiled artist David Shrigley's sculpture - a 23 ft-high hand with a long thumb cast in bronze - in the capital today.
Called 'Really Good', the sculpture represents 'positivity and the best of us' according to Mr Khan, while the elongated thumb is designed to present a message of optimism.
Giving his own interpretation of the artwork during a ceremony in London today, Mr Shrigley, who was nominated for the Turner... read more

 
29 September 2016 in Travel, Views: 42
Source: Daily Mail
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