Together Forever on Wheels

Dimensions Sculpture 220.0 x 186.0 x 210.0 CM ( H*L*W ) 400kgs

Materials Bronze with green patinas

Editions /6

  • $90,000.00
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‘Together Forever on Wheels’ incorporates two of Gillie and Marc’s most popular sculpture themes, Rabbitwoman and Dogman, Vespas, and coffee.

Since they met while travelling, adventure and exploring have been a huge inspiration in their work. The artists have a soft spot for Vespas because it gives them an excuse to hold tightly to one another.

Rabbtwoman takes the lead on the bike while Dogman gets cosy in the sidecar next to her, trusting her to take him somewhere incredible. With a seat on the back of the bike, this sculpture is interactive, allowing the public to jump on and be part of Rabbitwoman and Dogman’s next adventure.

This amazing sculpture has been installed in major cities across the world to show love and acceptance and is part of the ‘Travel Everywhere With Love’ project.

  1. Why Gillie and Marc has collaborated with The Brunswick , how that began, and how the artists decided to get involved working with The Brunswick.

 The Brunswick in the heart of London is so much more than just a shopping centre. An establishment of the city, locals and tourists flock to the centre for their eclectic shopping options and exciting events. A safe space for everyone, The Brunswick hosts’ community events for all ages, backgrounds, and interests. From multicultural events such as a Bollywood night to an exhibition of fun and artistic sculptures of superheroes, The Brunswick gives the opportunity for everyone in the community to come together, learn about different cultures and interests, and have fun.

This inclusivity is a big reason why Gillie and Marc decided that The Brunswick would be a wonderful organisation to partner with. The artist’s sculptures promote understanding and openness, the key ingredients for a more loving and accepting community. The sculpture that they will be installing at The Brunswick is part of the broader project ‘Travel Everywhere With Love’. This is a global art project that is re-uniting the world with openness, unity, understanding and love. Understanding the significance of the travelling hybrid duo depicted in the sculptures, Rabbitwoman and Dogman, those who come across them will know that the hosting location believes in peace, harmony, and progress, which is exactly what The Brunswick stand for.

  1. The sculpture they will get ‘Together Forever on Wheels’ incorporates two of Gillie and Marc’s most popular sculpture themes, Rabbitwoman and Dogman, Vespas, and coffee. 

Rabbitwoman and Dogman are the artist’s favourite subjects for their art. Usually enemies in the animal world, our rabbit and dog can put their differences aside and come together with love and understanding as soul mates. Representing diversity and togetherness and without a definitive race, religion, or culture, they symbolize all people as one.

Since they met while travelling, adventure and exploring have been a huge inspiration in Gillie and Marc’s work. Travelling gives the opportunity to discover the world, meet people of different cultures, and try new foods. It is such an important way to broaden horizons and become more understanding of those who are different. Rabbitwoman and Dogman are constantly off on different adventures, encouraging the public to step out of their front doors and fall in love with the world and the people and animals in it.

The artists have a soft spot for Vespas. Incredibly stylish and fun to zip around on, they also give an excuse to hold on tightly to one another. Coffee in hand, Rabbitwoman takes the lead on the bike while Dogman gets cosy in the sidecar next to her, trusting her to take him somewhere incredible. With a seat on the back of the bike, this sculpture is interactive, allowing the public to jump on and be part of Rabbitwoman and Dogman’s next adventure.

This amazing sculpture has been installed in major cities across the world to show love and acceptance and is part of the ‘Travel Everywhere With Love’ project. The Brunswick will now join this project and will be linked to all the other sculptures across the globe in a community of love and acceptance.