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Gromit Unleashed 2

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In Gromit Unleashed 2, Nick Park’s Academy Award®-winning character Gromit returned to Bristol for his second starring role, but this time he was not alone; the loveable pooch was joined by his pal Wallace and arch nemesis Feathers McGraw!

The countdown is on.

A new Gromit Unleashed trail is returning to Bristol. Summer 2025.

This trail featured over 60 giant sculptures designed by high-profile artists, designers, innovators, and local talent. Sculptures were positioned in high footfall and iconic locations around Bristol and the surrounding area, making the perfect family day out around Bristol and beyond.

A look back at…

The launch

The sculptures in situ

The auction

Sculptures in their new home!

Meet the stars (A-Z)

  • Amazing Grace

    Artist:
    Tim Sutcliffe
    Sponsor:
    Chipping Sodbury Chamber of Commerce
    Location:
    High Street, Chipping Sodbury
    Sold for:
    £17,000

    ‘Amazing Grace’ is seeing the world through rainbow colored glass(es)! Artist Tim Sutcliffe has replaced Gromit’s normally smooth look with geometric shapes reminiscent of stained glass. You’ll find this kaleidescope of color shining brightly in Baptist Church Garden on High Street in Chipping Sodbury. Thank you to Chipping Sodbury Chamber of Commerce for sponsoring!

  • Banana-arm-a

    Artist:
    Katie Wallis
    Sponsor:
    Jeremy Gumbley
    Location:
    North Street
    Sold for:
    £13,000

    In the good old British summertime, we dream of sun, sand, a light breeze, and take a moment to highlight this *pineapple* of our eye. Say ‘aloha’ this summer to this prickly but sweet ‘Banana-arm-a’, sporting his sunnies on North Street. This fruity sculpture, painted by artist Katie Wallis, is kindly sponsored by Jeremy Gumbley.

  • boss

    Boss

    Artist:
    Wes Anderson
    Sponsor:
    Showcase Cinema de Lux
    Location:
    Showcase Cinema de Lux
    Sold for:
    £16,000

    This brown and white pooch, ‘Boss’ was designed by Wes Anderson and painted by Paula Bowles in the image of Boss, a member of the gang of ragamuffin pooches in the new movie, “Isle of Dogs”. The stop-motion feature film was directed by Wes Anderson, the creative force behind such acclaimed live-action films as Grand Budapest Hotel and The Royal Tennenbaums. Visit sponsor Cinema de Lux at Cabot Circus to give this good boy a pet!

Visit The Gromit Unleashed Shop

Browse our best-selling figurines, wide range of home-ware, gifts, stationery, clothing, and of course some cracking Wallace & Gromit merchandise!

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