Enthusiastic, courageous and ambitions, the Tiger is a born leader.
Displaying a sense of ease, the Tiger is confidently stretching and relaxed, completely content as the king of all animals. Taking on a sinuous and faceted form, the Tiger is covered in a textured iridescent material which throws different colourways depending on its angle. Bright, bold and fun, the Tiger represents happiness and being truly confident in ones own skin and stripes.
There are 8 Tigers being produced this year and located throughout the CBD, we encourage you to find them all.
George St, in front of The Galeries
George St, in front of Event Cinema
Cnr Liverpool and George streets
Little Hay Street, Chinatown
About the artist
Alexandra Sommer and Brad Clark are creatives working across Events, Theatre & Production Design. Graduates of the NIDA, Alexandra and Brad’s theatrical body of work includes Jerry Springer the Opera at the Sydney Opera House, Gallipoli for STC and All the Blood and All the Water for Riverside Theatre Company, for which they won a Sydney Theatre Award for Best Set Design.
Alexandra & Brad have designed the inaugural Winter Feast for MONA, the launch of the Barangaroo Reserve site and have worked on the Lunar Lanterns exhibition since 2016.
Find these magnificent giant artworks on the Lunar Tour.
Listen to an audio description of these lanterns.