Reply To: Humour in Architecture
Yeah, saw it from the bus the other day and couldn’t figure out whether it had always been there and I hadn’t seen it because I’m usually on ground level. Its a bit of fun to brighten up the dreary old street.
Don’t know about the Esso tiger, what it represents is alot more sinister than just some humourous public art. The infiltration of multi-nationals in branding the landscape for more profit doesn’t really appeal to me.