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everyday art

Posted by Nick on 2nd August 2013

everyday art

The 4th Plinth in Trafalgar Square has had much attention from the artistic world over the last few years as various artists and members of the general public have used it to express their creativity. The latest artwork to take its place on the plinth is a giant cockerel by German artist Katharina Fritsch which is meant to symbolise regeneration and strength. The meaning has been somewhat lost on onlookers but it’s clear to teapigs that it symbolises everything about our very own everyday brew.

I wonder if Katharina got some inspiration from our lovely cuppa when she was coming up with her idea? Which of our other pack symbols do you think would make good plinth candidates?