Bristol is more likely to be called Baa-ristol right now – the city has been coloured up by 70 sculptures of Aardman character Shaun the Sheep.
Collectively, they flock together to form a trail which organisers say is ewe-nique!
Each of the sculptures has been decorated by an artist, celebrity or designer.
Those taking part include Red or Dead designer Wayne Hemingway, Laura Ashley, Shaun the Sheep creator Nick Park, and former Milton Keynes resident Sunny Warrington with her design‘Bee-Dazzled.’
It’s title is perfect, seeing as how Sunny now works as a jeweller and designer.
“I take inspiration from anything and everything,” she said, “I am a creative magpie – I love things that sparkle, with humour, with character, and preferably with crystals!”
Her Shaun is studded with more than 1,000 Swarovski crystals!
After the trail, the not-so-woolly creations will be auctioned off for charity, to raise money for Wallace & Gromit’s Grand Appeal, the Bristol Children’s Hospital charity.