Public Art, Liverpool
Get spotting these SuperLamBananas this summer 2008 as 125, two metre tall replicas of Taro Chiezo’s iconic SuperLambBanana sculpture have been painted, decorated and adorned by local artists, schools and community groups, to create a free to view, open air, public art spectacular.
You can't fail to spot some as you walk around Liverpool. If you want to know where they all are then a trail is available from Travel Centres, Tourist Information Centres, Libraries, Museums and Galleries, some stores and 08 Place or download a leaflet from http://www.goelephants.co.uk/Resources/maps.pdf
Favorite thing: Check out the Super Lamb Bananna Statue. This is a really strange piece of street art. I am not sure just what the artist was trying to say, but it seems to be very popular in Liverpool. There are Super Lamb Bananna postcards, magnets, pictures, etc available at the souvineer stands. My daughter really thought it was interesting. I thought it was strange!