Over a four day period, La Princesse - in search of a nest - climbed walls, stalked the streets and sprayed unwary citizens. This huge construction (here seen in some wonderful pictures) was deemed a huge success - but possibly not by any resident arachnaphobes.
This is in fact a massive thirty six tonne hydraulic spider scaling the side of a city block in Liverpool, England. The city is of course best known for The Beatles. However, during its time as the European City of Culture visitors to one of its main railway stations, Lime Street, could have been forgiven for thinking that the city had been invaded by a different type of insect altogether.
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From the Upcoming ueue, submitted by taliesyn30.
It's OK, they fed all the homeless people to the spider. ;)
I took some photos at the Liverpool event if anyone is interested:
Most of the homeless I've known have been supporters of the arts.
how many homeless would that have helped
oh wait i forgot, this is hip edgy ART!