Monday, 26 August 2013

Gromit Unleashed #28

There's plenty of humour on this Gromit, and the more you look the more you see.  Each picture features a collar - the original Aardmann red collar with white spikes Gromit collar - used as part of their clothing or as a prop.  My favourite was the mouse who, at first glance, seemed to have lost his collar somewhere, until you look a little closer and notice the shape of his belly . . . looks like the mouse got a bit hungry!

The individual illustrations and visual jokes mean that this Gromit is appealing and accessible - even young children can enjoy the colourful characters.  Located in a sunny spot in Castle Park, it's sure to get plenty of attention, and since it's on the hard-standing you can get right up to it with pushchairs and wheelchairs.

Who?  Collarfull
Where?  Castle Park
Artist?  Hannah Cumming
Sponsor?  TLT

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