Did You See The Little Clay Men On London Bridge?

Lindsey
By Lindsey Last edited 77 months ago
Did You See The Little Clay Men On London Bridge?

Did you see the little clay men on London Bridge yesterday morning? Do you know how they got there? They don't look like Slinkachu but they are little people abandoned in the wild... Did you pick one up and put it in your pocket?

We would like to know - as would James Booth who took this great picture and tweeted it at us. Please leave a comment if you spotted them.

UPDATE: Many thanks to 'Belle Darling Events' who has solved the mystery: The miniature figures have been created by artist Lawrence Epps to mark the British Ceramics Biennial (BCB) which opens on Friday.

Last Updated 29 September 2011

Kerry McKay

I saw a load of them along Clerkenwell Road as well....

Louise Kilding

I saw them outside Liverpool St station

Newflesh

Yup I have a photo of them atr Liverpool Street. Wish i had picked one up actually...

Darling Belle Events

The miniature figures have been created by artist Lawrence Epps to mark
the British Ceramics Biennial (BCB) which opens on Friday according to the BBC news page. :) http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-e...

I saw them on London Bridge on yesterday as I was going to an interview. One of the little clay men now live in Hertfordshire ;)

Gaz

I saw them in the Old Street/Shoreditch area at Zetland House.

Brigitt Heada

I was thrilled to spot them on Wednesday on my way to 'Origins ' in Spitalfields.  At 10-30 they were all there and by my return at 4-0pm they had all gone but a couple have travelled with me to Tunbridge Wells 

InfoS

i took one abut put it back - i felt guilty stealing the little guy

lulu

i saw two on a windowsill off gray's inn road

Paulcurrell

I saw three outside of the park nr Great Ormond Street.

Ency

I picked one up on London Bridge and felt no shame - it seemed apparent that these fab little men were there for the taking in the mode if interactive art.  I did stop at one, though!  It's in my desk drawer at the moment but I hope to find a decent home for him.