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Business support needed to bring iconic BookBenches to Stoke-on-Trent

Plans are underway to bring a striking trail of book-shaped benches to Stoke-on-Trent in 2019, as part of the Stoke Reads campaign. Around 30 BookBenches will be decorated by local schools with designs inspired by books and stories. The colourful... View Article

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Here’s to a wild 2018

Wow, what a year 2017 has been: £700k raised with charity partners 500+ sculptures by artists and schools displayed 12 new Nutcracker sculptures created for Portsmouth Historic Dockyard 2 Blue Peter presenters met our new dragon sculpture for Kew Gardens 1 world-famous Elephant joined the Wild in... View Article


BookBenches as you’ve never seen them before

Animator Frankie Cook re-imagines our BookBench sculptures. Inspired by The Big Read and Read Manchester.  


Andersen Press joins forces with Wild in Art

Bringing Elmer sculpture trails to the UK’s streets! Andersen Press and creative event producers Wild in Art announce a new three-year partnership to bring public art trails featuring 1.1m tall Elmer sculptures to Britain’s towns and cities. Elmer’s Big Art... View Article

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A festive look at Snowdogs Art Trails

It’s that perfect time of year to take a look back at the magical Snowdogs. Snowdog Art Trails in partnership with Penguin Ventures showcase a series of individually designed giant Snowdog sculptures, painted by both well-known and undiscovered artists. Resulting in a... View Article

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BookBench inspires prisoners to explore literature

Throughout the summer, benches shaped like open books popped up across Manchester to celebrate the city’s love of reading. Fifty-eight BookBench sculptures, installed as part of the Read Manchester campaign, were decorated with literary designs by local schools and community... View Article

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