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Superlambanana is a bright yellow
sculpture located in Liverpool. Weighing
almost eight tons and standing at 17 feet
tall, it is intended to be a cross between a
banana and a lamb and was designed by
Japanese artist Taro Chiezo.
In 2008, as part of Liverpool's year-long
position as European Capital of Culture,
125 individually designed miniature replicas
were created. Sponsored by local community
organisations and businesses in the city
and located throughout the Liverpool area.
Ian Sewell - one of EDT’s Learning
Champions - set out to photograph every
one of the replicas, a task which took 4 days
and a lot of shoe leather! Pictured here are
some of his favourites.
“They are so unusual and colourful I just
couldn’t resist tracking them down!”