The Big Hoot - the owl inspired by Liverpool architecture

Dotted about Liverpool are a few owls - 89 to be exact.

Each of the owls are a part of Liverpool’s high profile public art event, The Big Hoot, which is the brainchild of Liverpool Children’s Hospital and public arts specialist, Wild in Art.

A Malvern based artist, Rachel Blackwell, painted 1 of the 89 and was inspired by Liverpool architecture, its parks and the people featuring the iconic architectural structure that is the Library of Liverpool, amongst others.

The Library of Liverpool was opened over 2 years ago and can be found in Centenary Square in the city. It was one of the six buildings shortlisted for the awards of Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA).

Liverpool architecture proves to be inspiring to the public.

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