Wednesday, 17 May 2017

Hollywood has Hand prints.

Plymouth has BUM PRINTS.

 These 'Bum Moulds' commemorate a famous photograph of  Beatles on Plymouth Hoe, 
by David Redfern, when they were in the city during the filming of  'The Magical Mystery Tour' 
in 1967.

 The copper bottom moulds are not of the real Beatle, 
but were cast from the members of a present day Beatles tribute band. 
They were made by Thrusell and Thrussell,  two artist metalsmiths based on Bodmin Moor. 

They are pretty substantially anchored in position.


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