“Homer Homer” By Cool Shit Collective Is Seen During Sculpture By The Sea Festival In Australia – Design You Trust

“Homer Homer” By Cool Shit Collective Is Seen During Sculpture By The Sea Festival In Australia

Clyde Yee

“Homer Homer” is a creation by Australian born artist Danger Dave, founder of Cool Shit, based in London, who are known for their creations in inflatable sculptures.

This year, Cool Shit was awarded the Kids’ Choice Prize of $2,000 for “Homer Homer”, a 5 metre high inflatable head combining Homer Simpson and a bust of the Greek philosopher Homer. The prize is voted for by children who visited Cottesloe Beach during the exhibition.

More: Sculpture By The Sea, Instagram

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