Tuesday, 27 March 2012


I wonder what the artist was trying to say.


Dianne said...

I hope he's trying to say something nice ..... Well spotted Al.

cara said...

I am reliably informed this building is also known as 'Hopoate House' after the infamous digital high jinx of League player John Hopoate ;-)

Gunn said...

I like it.
Actually, I like to be surprised out and about.

Have a nice day!

Thanks for sharing.

Lincoln Eye said...

Hopoate House - that's brilliant.

Sebastian Vettel (Formula 1) is very fond of this gesture - but using one hand only.

And there's Kenny Everett's character Brother Lee Love: he used to have massive comedy hands arranged like this.

I wonder if anyone's tripped over the finger on the ground?

Chrissy Brand said...

It's a great piece of art whatever he or she is saying ;-)

Chrissy from Manchester: a photo a day at Mancunian Wave

AL said...

Dianne: It's not the kind of thing you can ignore really, is it?

Cara: Yes I had heard that one as well :-)

Gunn: There are plenty of things here to surprise you when you are out and about. We do have some very strange art, but most I like.

Lincoln Eye: Oh I'd love it if someone put a Kenny Everett hand over it!

Chrissy Brand: Thanks, and welcome to my blog

Kirsty@Bonjour said...

Look out for that piano?

I've watched too many cartoons.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Isn't that the wrong finger to be a rude sign Al haha! What a fantastic sculpture to come across,it's very cool indeed. I wonder if everyone 'looks up' when they first see it.

Steffe said...

Ha, maybe you can get a photo of someone standing there looking up one day.