Really Good on the Fourth Plinth in Trafalgar Square

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Really Good – A Great Thumbs up for London
Really Good

David Shrigley’s Really Good Sculpture on the Modern Plinth

It’s all change in Trafalgar Square!  The new sculpture has been sited on the Fourth Plinth and time is up for the previous sculpture of the skeletal horse.  We were in Trafalgar Square and were excited to see the Fourth Plinth had changed.  We love the new photo opportunities the new sculpture Really Good gives us.   The giant thumbs up is a huge bronze sculpture by artist David Shrigley.  His work is known for making people smile and laugh, said he was “really chuffed” to have been chosen for what will be his first civic sculpture.  This is a great achievement for David as thousands of people will see his thumbs up for a few years to come.  It will undoubtedly be one of the most photographed sculptures in London while everyone gets used to receiving a giant thumbs up.  This sculpture will give you a feel good factor as you smile at the giant thumb.

We got great shots of the Fourth Plinth on our most recent London Photography Tour and here you can see Really Good with the Union Jack flying proudly in the background.

Really Good by David Shrigley

Really Good by David Shrigley stands proudly on the Fourth Plinth in Trafalgar Square

Join us next time on our London Photography Tour and photograph the Fourth Plinth and many other Iconic Landmarks.  Find out more here about our, London Photography Tours

We love the changing nature of London….See you soon!

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Lou Smith is a Fine Art Photographer who has a passion for sharing her photography skills. With over 25 years teaching experience Lou delivers photography courses in London with expert and experienced tuition. Lou is well prepared to help you improve your photography and take photographs you love.

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