Giant plant appears at Temple Mead station
PASSENGERS arriving at Temple Meads Station were greeted by what appeared to be a bizarre sight - a giant plant growing out of the ground.
The inflatable was part of an art project designed to attract people and businesses to the new Enterprise Zone around the station.
Two new artworks by Bristol based Filthy Luker and Inky were unveiled yesterday as part of the new campaign.
The installations are part of the BTQ Commissions project and aim to provide a better welcome to the city at Temple Meads and raise awareness over the new Enterprise Zone.
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A competition was also launched at the station by Bristol Festival of Ideas director Andrew Kelly to help visitors learn about the area and guide them on their way.
Proposals include short films, posters, cartoons, short stories, street art or drama performances. The Creative Gateway competition will give ten awards of £500 for project proposals to be developed.