We’re not the only ones donning the flower power look this season. Our pal Shaun the Sheep is attracting a lot of attention in Covent Garden with his ‘ewe-nique’ Paradise Bunch print exterior.
This giant Cath Kidston version of the favorite Aardman character is taking part in one of two Shaun in the City public arts trails – the other is taking place in Bristol from July. He’ll remain in London for all to admire until Monday 25th May before going under the hammer at a public auction in October. Money raised from the sale of the sculptures will go to Wallace & Gromit’s Children’s Charity, which supports sick children in hospitals throughout the UK.
If not, here’s a tip to get you ahead of the game! Download the official app, Shaun in the City: Sheep Spotter and you can search for all 50 Shauns around the capital. The app, priced at £1.49, is available on IOS and Android and proceeds from purchases will raise money for Wallace & Gromit’s Children’s Charity.
Good luck finding our fabulously floral Cath Kidston Shaun. If you trot around Seven Dials in Covent Garden you’re sure to find what you’re looking for…