Sunday, 8 September 2013

Evidence of Bigfoot

Big feet in St Pancras' Station

A giant shoe, made of stainless-steel saucepans.
I have no idea whatsoever what the subtext or rationale for this is.

If it was supposed to sell shiny pans to the pointy-heeled, I doubt it would be successful.
As for me, I can't even remember where it was. Somewhere to the north of Mayfair?

Update: Sculpture 'Marilyn', by Portuguese artist Joana Vasconcelos  -see below:

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  1. I knew it! I knew it! I just didn't realise Bigfoot was female!

    I guess, then, that Bigboot is male.

  2. Tsk! She will want them now.....

  3. Yep. It's a lousy statue on an interesting plinth. I'll exploon further some day.

  4. Tsk?
    She doesn't really do heels, being tall anyway. Like many women she likes fantasy shoes, but knows they're instruments of foot torture.

    I don't really see eye to eye with her...... unless I'm standing on a box!

    Ha! no, it's not really true.

    While typing that, I was drinking a Drambuie. Downsizing my establishment, I have a heap of booze I can't export. The drambuie was in a miniature my dad brought back after a business trip to Denmark in 1958. It was in a cabinet in our house throughout my childhood and onward,
    Decorative not drinkative, and now I'm working my way through the history of liqueurs.



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