An exhibition of 18 Gromit statues opens at Cribbs Causeway later in a Gromit Unleashed Homecoming event.Read the full story ›
Gromit Unleashed fans will get another chance to see the statues as a Homecoming exhibition is planned for later this month.Read the full story ›
Gromit statues to go on display in Bristol in aid of the city's Children's Hospital.Read the full story ›
70 giant sculptures of Gromit which have been on display on the streets of Hong Kong are being auctioned today.
The public art trail featuring Aardman's famous animated dog was first seen across Bristol last summer. That auction raised more than £2 million in one night, with one Gromit going for £65,000. UK collectors can bid online.
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Aardman's Gavin Strange is responsible for the latest Gromit sculpture, which details some of the more unusual facts about this remarkable dog. Gavin is the only person to have designed two Gromit's after he produced one for last summer's trail.
A small crowd has gathered at the Gromit Unleashed shop at Cribbs ahead of the unveiling of the new Gromit Sculpture.
The 5ft high sculpture called 'Facts The Way we did it LAD' reveals the success of Gromit Unleashed showing stats and facts about the trail.
Events and competitions are taking place at Cribbs Causeway in Bristol to celebrate the first anniversary of Gromit Unleashed. £4.5 million pounds has been raised as part of the Grand Appeal for Bristol Children's Hospital.
Today a new 5ft sculpture has been unveiled by Aardman's Gavin Strange to celebrate the success.
Some of Bristol's Gromit sculptures, which proved such a hit over the summer, have been taken to meet young patients at Bristol Children's Hospital.
It will give patients and staff a chance to see the decorated dogs before they are auctioned off to raise funds for the hospital.
Three of the 81 giant models are visiting as well as three smaller versions.