Liverpool artist Faith Bebbington has created an exciting new ‘Super Rat’ sculpture which re-uses over 200 plastic milk bottles and measures over 4 metres long from nose to tail! Catch a glimpse of the pop-up sculpture @Baltic Triangle, Liverpool from Easter weekend onwards.
Faith is steadily developing a national reputation for her large sculptures using waste materials, having created a life – size Bengal Tiger using 400 plastic milk bottles for Veolia’s Save the Wild Tiger campaign launched at St Pancras station, to the
Football Association commissioning a pair of life size Lions (one of cardboard , the other uses plastics including old stadium seats) for Wembley Stadium, London.
The sculpture installation ties in with the re-opening of Liverpool’s Gin Garden, Independent Liverpool’s Spring Food and Drink festival this weekend, followed by the Threshold Festival in early April through to Light Night on 13 May, so there’s plenty reasons to visit the Baltic Triangle area.
Spot the pop-up sculpture between Thursday 24th March-Thursday 13th May 2016.