World's Smallest Flash Mob?

A flashmob only a few inches high gather outside London's Tate Modern.

Two hundred versions of Tony Hart's famous Plasticine Morph character were placed on London's Bankside to honour the memory of the artist who died recently, aged 83.

The event was organised through a Facebook group, and included Tony's daughter, Carolyn Williams, who was invited along to judge "best Morph" (won by Laura Kenny, 31)

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On a related theme, this compilation video of Vision On (which featured Tony Hart) will explain a lot about the way certain Brits in their forties view the world:



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KentsOkay8 years ago
Reminds me of when my town was invaded by plastic army men...
http://www.statesman.com/search/content/news/photos/072906_army/index.html

lemonie8 years ago
I see (in my mind) some kind of crushing disaster hitting this mob "Oh the plasticity!"... L
Kiteman (author)  lemonie8 years ago
One curious puppy, and the slaughter would be devastating...
PKM Kiteman8 years ago
Forget a curious puppy- I'm imagining a Dad's Army style steamroller incident...
KentsOkay PKM8 years ago
hehe
Wow, I never thought of it like that! These things remind me of plonsters, has any one else seen that small cartoon?