The artist painted a treasure map and hid friendly giants in the forests of CopenhagenPictolic
The last three years, the Danish artist Thomas dambo creates huge sculptures out of recycled materials. And recently, he hid six friendly giants around Copenhagen in the hope of attracting people's attention to the unexplored places of his native city.
Artist help of local volunteers. The sculptures made from wooden pallets, dismantled barns and old fences. Each giant is named after one of the volunteers. "These creatures invite you to go on a treasure hunt, not just to look on sculpture, to find and see the hidden treasures in nature."
Each work interacts with the environment. For example, Teddy Friendly, which gave a chance to four people to find a job, sits near the lake. His hand helps to get across the Creek. And the Little Tilda is home to wild animals.
Thomas lives on the mountain.
But Oscar lives under the bridge.
And Teddy Is Friendly.
Each sculpture has a poem — a hint where to look for the next giant.
The map, which will help in finding the hidden giants.