Two workmates cycled 100 miles around all 80 sculptures on the Maggie’s Penguin Parade in a bid to raise funds for the cancer charity.
Any comic fan will know who Bananaman is – a schoolboy called Eric Allan who transforms into a muscled, caped figure when he eats a banana.
Scottish rock legends Simple Minds have joined the Maggie’s Penguin Parade as an official sponsor.
Dundee’s Penguin Parade is getting us all a-flutter here in The Courier office. With the fantastic news that only 20 more penguins need to be sponsored we can’t wait to see a colony – or “waddle” – of 80 colourful giant penguins invading the city during 2018.
Next summer, the streets of Dundee will host a waddle of colourful, friendly penguins.
Now that Maggie’s Penguin Parade has officially waddled into Dundee, it’s time for local artists across Courier Country to get creative and bring the Penguins to life.
It’s not every day that you get to chill with a troupe of dancing penguins but that was the treat awaiting dozens of guests in the Counting House at DCT Thomson’s flagship Meadowside building at last night’s official launch of Maggie’s Penguin Parade – a colony – or “waddle” – of 100 colourful giant penguins set to invade Dundee during 2018.
The organisers of Dundee's forthcoming Penguin Parade hope the event will inspire people living with cancer.
As Maggie’s Penguin Parade launches tonight, designer Janice Aitken tells Caroline Lindsay about the process that went into creating the lovable stars of Dundee’s next art trail