Four well-known artists and designers have hand-painted Aardman's famous animated dog, Gromit.
Paul Smith and Cath Kidston are just a few of the famous names taking part in the Wallace and Gromit Grand Appeal. Organisers hope the sculptures will raise money for the Bristol Children's Hospital.
The sculptures are currently being kept at a secret location before being unleashed onto Bristol's streets in July.
Our reporter, Tamsin Eames, was invited to a first glimpse.
Giant sculptures of Gromit, Aardman's famous animated dog, have been painted by artists and celebrities ahead of them being unleashed on Bristol's streets.
They'll be put on display in July, before being sold off to raise money for the Childrens' Hospital.
Two years ago Bristol was invaded by giant gorilla structures and this year it'll be 70 statues of the Aardman character Gromit - from Wallace and Gromit - that'll be dotted across the city.
The giant Gromits are being painted by artists and celebrities - including Harry Hill - and will be auctioned off in aid of Bristol Children's Hospital.
Watch our interview with Nick Park taling about Harry Hill's Gromit
Harry Hill talks to ITV West Country reporter Tanya Mercer at the Aardman Studios in Bristol.
Comedian Harry Hill is visiting the Aardman Studios in Bristol this morning to unveil a giant statue of Gromit that he has painted.
The work will form part of the Gromit Unleashed project. It is led by Aardman and Bristol Children’s Hospital charity, and involves 70 giant individually-decorated Gromits springing up across Bristol for ten weeks from 1 July.