Come out, come out Tiger, wherever you are (Large)
Dimensions 55.9 x 90.6 x 57.1 (H*L*W) 992 lbs
142 x 230 x 145 cm (H*L*W) 450 kgs
The game of hide and seek conjures feelings from our childhood of safety, love and joy. Gillie and Marc believe that all people and all creatures have the right to live in a world where safety and love are the rule, not the exception. Unfortunately, safety is often seen as a privilege rather than a right for many species of animals. Endangered species have had to hide from humankind for far too long. With 'Come out, come out wherever you are', the artists call on the world to welcome these species out from hiding and into a place of safety and love.
Animal Compassion Towers (Bronze Sculpture)
Dimensions 118.1 x 31.5 x 31.5 inch (H*L*W) 17637 lbs
300 x 80 x 80 cm (H*L*W) 8 tonne
These towers are the byproduct of Gillie and Marc asking and answering a simple question: what would a stack of our favourite things look like? From big cats to apes, rhinos to hippos, cameras to that perfect cup of coffee, these towers remind us all that while our passions may differ, they’re part of what makes us special, and that it’s important for each of us to always celebrate the things we love most.
Come out, come out wherever you are (Bronze Sculpture)
Dimensions 78.7 x 81.1 x 60.2 inch (H*L*W) 992 lbs
200 x 206 x 153 cm (H*L*W) 450 kgs each
Entitled “Come out come out wherever you are” the sculptures call on the world to welcome endangered animals out from hiding, into a place of safety and love. Each animal is depicted tentatively appearing from a manhole. Viewers are asked to embrace them by helping to create a world in which they’ll be free from poaching and kidnapping, so they they may once and for all come out of hiding. These works are also an intrinsic part of Gillie and Marc’s Love the Last project, which aims to use public art to raise awareness, funds and support for some of the world’s most endangered species. Gillie and Marc want to create sculptures all around the world that tell the stories of these endangered species to drive positive change and ensure these animals don’t leave us forever.