Liverpool has moved on, but I hope SLB stays put in the centre. Its one of my favorite pieces of public art, I hope it ends up at the Pier Head/Mann Island site.liverpolitan said:If Garston wants it, great. It is bad news, and doesnt belong in the city centre. Silly street art is okay at a very early stage in regeneration, but Liverpool has moved on.
Super Lambanana is an icon of Liverpool now, he/she/it/thing, should stay in Liverpool city centre and never leave. If he/she/it/thing were to leave, then a great disaster would befall Liverpool, maybe.......!!!!!! :runaway:woody said:Liverpool has moved on, but I hope SLB stays put in the centre. Its one of my favorite pieces of public art, I hope it ends up at the Pier Head/Mann Island site.
I want a Superlambanana model also, will try "queens square tourist office", or maybe the Beatles Experience, (since the S.L.B. is by Japanese artist Taro Chiezo), so hope they have them in.Steve C said:One of my prized possessions sitting on my mantel piece is a Superlambanana model, and I had a job getting hold of one. I eventually got one from the queens square tourist office and the lady who served me told me they were very popular with tourists.
Wherever the S.L.B is placed it will have to be positioned in a safe position. In the above shots on busy roads, i can see underage "Jimmy Asbo's" crashing stolen Audi's into it and setting the thing on fire. :bash:kev said:I'm sure youre all aware of the Super Lamb Banana's situation at the moment.
There's a campaign to get it placed in its spiritual home of Garston.
If youve got time pop along.