Shaun the Sheep dons Cath Kidston

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.

Have you managed to spot him yet? If you do, be sure to put on your best grin and snap a selfie with Shaun using #CathKidston and #ShaunintheCity

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…

Cath Kidston patch of flowers