Hand inked large-scale Snowdog sculpture for charity fundraising art trail
Sponsored by Brighton & Hove Buses and chosen to be part of an extraordinary public art trail in Brighton called Snowdogs by the Sea, featuring over 40 sculptural artworks throughout the city of Brighton & Hove.
Blot the Dog held one of the most prominent spots during the city-wide art trail, directly outside Brighton’s busy Churchill Square Shopping Centre. Focusing on the uniqueness of the city, my design uses spray paint and line-work by hand in ink.
Overall the charity sculpture trail is said to have contributed £10.1 million to the local economy, saw over 350,000 people visit the trail and more than 14.6 million social media impressions for the hashtag #BrightonSnowdogs. The sculptural artworks were eventually auctioned off during a fundraising event, which raised more than £300,000 and achieved an unprecedented level of awareness for the local charity Martlets Hospice.
Here’s a vid of Spidey with one of the mini Snowdogs