Monday, August 31, 2020

T for Tuesday

 T Stands For is hosted by Elizabeth and Bleubeard

August 2020 - Toronto ON

I found these lovelies last week in Yorkville. When I first googled it, I came across a similar one, I thought it was it, but there were two empty stools at the table. It was by Gillie and Marc but it resides in New York City. 

Check out their awesome fabric paintings on their website. I WANT the one with cameras and the London one. 💓💓💓

This one, located on Scollard St. in Toronto, is outside a personal injury law firm.

The website states:

Meet the awe-inspiring hybrid characters named Dogman and Rabbitgirl. These unique characters have arrived to promote, love, and acceptance. As unlikely animal-kingdom companions, together they symbolize unity and acceptance - representing all people as one.

Now more than ever is the time for people of all races, religions and beliefs to come together. Rabbitgirl and Dogman invite the world to sit with them symbolically at their Table and take the first step to understanding and loving each other. The sculpture is where we sit, discuss, and solve problems. The world has reached a crisis where our differences are causing hatred and division.

The installation of these bronze sculptures is the first step in a massive, global campaign by Gillie and Marc that aims to promote love and peace across the globe. Major cities around the world, Including London, Singapore, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Tokyo, and Paris have all expressed interested in hosting this duo. However, the artists choose to launch this sculpture in Canada!


  1. Aussie sculptors. We have at least three in our state.

  2. That is a really neat sculpture. So perfect for a beverage=related blog post!

    be well... mae at

  3. Good morning-these are awesome sculptures-I love them and thanks for sharing with us.
    Happy T Kathy

  4. What an interesting, clever statue. Happy T-Day!

  5. an unlikely couple indeed ~ really sweet. Thanks for sharing ~ Happy T day!

  6. What a fabulous sculpture! Thanks for sharing and wishing you a very Happy T Tuesday! Hugs, Jo x

  7. Lovely pictures of a very unlikely couple. Happy T day, Valerie

  8. What an absolutely INCREDIBLE find. I love the symbolism and I love that this is so absolutely PERFECT for T Tuesday, too, Jackie. I'm delighted you shared this with us because it is incredibly relevant right now. Division is what our pres asks of us, not unity. He throws gasoline on burning fires. It's amazing how animals can co-exist in nature, but humans seem to find a way to mess things up. I love this Jackie. It speaks to me. Thank you beyond belief for sharing this beauty with us for T this Tuesday.

    I love Gillie and Marc on the carousel horse. That was amazing. I liked the London fabric painting, too.

  9. What a wonderful sculpture! I'd love one here in Memphis :) Happy T Tuesday

  10. That is an amazing statue. I love it. The beauty of living in a city is there is so many things to discover which you would not find in the country. Hope it was a great T day. hugs-Erika

  11. Beautiful sculptures.
    Happy Tea Day,

  12. What an amazing sculpture! And so relevant for the times we are living in right now. Discovering something like this, is one of the advantages of living in a city. I looked at their web site and love their paintings.
    Thank you so much for sharing.
    Happy belated T-Day (Yes, I'm late again as per usual. Tuesday is just a very busy day and I spend the whole of Wednesday catching up)

  13. Fantastic sculpture! I was thinking it would be fun in my Zensical garden. Thanks for sharing and Happy T Day

  14. What a fabulous sculpture! I loved the Florence Fabric art! Belated T Day Wishes, Chrisxx

  15. Love these sculptures which are all over the world now!


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